New Science Article from the Kotov Lab

Posted on 25 Jan

New Science Article from the Kotov Lab


The Kotov group reports their findings on a new class of nanoparticles with chiroptical and magnetic properties. Dispersions and gels of these nanoparticles also exhibit strong circular dichroism – this optical activity can be controlled reversibly by magnetic fields. These nanoparticles and gels can find wide-ranging applications as magneto-optical materials. Find more information about the research and article.

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