True Black

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Surrey Nanosystems has developed a material made of millions of carbon nanotubes which absorbs 99.6% of all light that hits it.

Despite the wrinkled aluminum foil, the black that’s printed on it appears to be completely flat.

It’s uses are many, calibrating telescopes, lenses, making less that appealing dresses and maybe a step closer to invisibility cloaking, at night?


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