Thin is now in to turn terahertz polarization

It’s always good when your hard work reflects well on you.

With the discovery of the giant polarization rotation of light, that is literally so.

The ultrathin, highly aligned carbon nanotube films first made by Rice University physicist Junichiro Kono and his students a few years ago turned out to have a surprising phenomenon waiting within: An ability to make highly capable terahertz polarization rotation possible.

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