A New Technology for Electromagnetic Waves May Be Beneficial to Nanotechnology
We propose employing a recently developed technology for the replacement of metamaterials with electromagnetic time reversal processes to some nanotechnology challenges in this work. Metamaterials are a new and intriguing topic of physics research that has its own set of applications. The primary idea is to combine two key facts: We can better localise electromagnetic signals, for starters. Second, we can use lower-frequency waves more often than we could without this technology. To that end, we describe a number of example studies in which the vector-matrix formalism could be applied to nanotechnology.
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J. M. Velázquez-Arcos
Departamento de Ciencias Básicas, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México D.F., 02200, México.
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