A key resource for the development of alloy nanomaterials

​New results from Magnus Rahm, Christopher Tiburski, Tuomas Rossi, Ferry Nugroho, Sara Nilsson, Christoph Langhammer and Paul Erhart at the Department of Physics at Chalmers are published in Advanced Functional Materials. The presented dielectric function library is a key resource for the development of alloy nanomaterials for applications in nanophotonics, optical sensors, and photocatalysis. The article also included a web application to calculate dielectric functions.

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Published: Wed 17 Jun 2020.