Achieved high-quality orbital angular momentum (OAM) electromagnetic waves via templated nanocomposite self-assembly
Significance and Impact
Demonstrated self-assembly of an organic-inorganic nanocomposites as an alternative to the exposure, etching, and deposition steps currently used in polymer-patterned lithography
- Self-regulation in supramolecular composites offer a robust platform to accommodate variations in pattern dimensions, nanoparticle loading and feature size of the nanoparticle rings.
- Arrays of concentric rings can be transferred to flexible substrates and produce high quality OAM.