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Instead of exploiting the diffraction properties of glass, a metalens uses nanofins — tiny structures, typically made of titanium dioxide — to bend wavelengths toward the metalens focal point.
And more than 98% of that money came from a single division: the titanium dioxide business that makes paint and ceramics pigments.
The researchers’ next step is more complete real-world testing at Iowa pig farms, including coating barn ceilings and walls with the titanium dioxide and hitting it with black light.
Meister, whose hedge fund once held a sizable stake in Huntsman Corp., opposed the company's 2014 purchase of more than $1 billion in titanium dioxide plants that make pigments.
And like dioxins, PCBs can also be inadvertent by-products, made incidentally during the manufacture of titanium dioxide, for example, or a shade of yellow organic inks and dyes reminiscent of the letters that spell out SPAM.
Even in non-nanoparticle form, tattoo inks made with titanium dioxide (especially white pigments) have been linked to problems like delayed healing, skin elevation, and itching.
For daytime, De Oliveira suggested Barnwell apply a sunscreen with physical blockers like zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, which won't clog her pores.
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