Cathodoluminescence Used to Probe Metamaterials

True-colour cathodoluminescence image taken with the Cameca SX100. Fluorite (blue-violet) is shown associated with calcite (yellow-orange) in a carbonatite from India. Credit: Natural History Museum UK

The phenomenon of cathodoluminescence gave geologists an easy way to identify quartz and other minerals in rock samples. Cathodoluminescence allows a piece of quartz to glow icy blue when put under an electron scanning microscope. Now, scientists have used this phenomenon to probe into nanostructures.

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