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Engineered pores of hydrophilic nanoporous materials using wet-drying and freeze-drying

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Abstract

We manipulate the pore size of nanoporous polymeric photonic crystals using phase change between water and ice, demonstrating accurate post-manipulation of reflection resonances and thereby providing an approach to address grand challenges in nanomanufacturing and materials engineering.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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