Tag Archive: Langmuir

Oct 01

Brewster angle Lego microscope

Brewster's angle is the angle at which light of a certain polarisation won't reflect off a surface. The resulting reflection will then be made up of only light from a single polarisation (p-polarised). This little optical quirk is how polarised lenses remove lots of scattered reflections in photographs and why polarised sunglasses are so much …

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Sep 19

Paper published in Thin Solid Films

The latest output from the collaboration between us physicists and those chemist in Cranfield Health has appeared in print in the journal Thin Solid Films. The best bits of the paper are summarised below. Calixarenes are bucket-like molecules that have been put to use in a number of approaches in sensors. By altering the active …

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