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Making non-magnetic photons feel a taste for magnetism

Light consists of chargeless particles called photons. While electrons, being charged, get deflected into curved paths when placed in a magnetic field, the chargeless photons do not feel a real magnetic field the same way. Devising an “artificial” or “fictitious” magnetic field for photons would... click to read more

  • Avik Dutt | Postdoctoral Scholar at Ginzton Laboratory and Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
  • Shanhui Fan | Professor at Ginzton Laboratory and Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, USA
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published on Oct 19, 2020