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Perovskite Based Hyperbolic Metamaterials: Supercollimation in the Visible by Tailoring the Permittivity Properties

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Abstract

Hyperbolic metamaterials exhibiting direct-transition from type-I to type-II in the mid- visible region are realized for the first time. They are characterized using angle resolved transmission and reflection measurements, exhibiting supercollimation effect at 589 nm.

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