Nov 19, 2022

#NBIC: Now, researchers at MIT, the University of Minnesota, and Samsung have developed a new kind of camera that can detect terahertz pulses rapidly, with high sensitivity, and at room temperature and pressure

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What’s more, it can simultaneously capture information about the orientation, or “polarization,” of the waves in real-time, which existing devices cannot.

This information can be used to characterize materials that have asymmetrical molecules or to determine the surface topography of materials.

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