Masked by rotational anisotropies, xthe nonlinear chiroptical response of a metamaterial is initially completely inaccessible. Upon rotating the sample the chiral information emerges. These results highlight the need for a general method to extract the true chiral contributions to the nonlinear optical signal, which would be hugely valuable in the present context of increasingly complex chiral meta/nanomaterials.
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- Department of Physics - Royal Society University Research Fellow & Professor of Physics
- Centre for Photonics and Photonic Materials
- Condensed Matter Physics CDT
- Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
- Centre for Therapeutic Innovation
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