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World's darkest material comes to light

1/28/2008 03:00 PM EST
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re: World's darkest material comes to light
TomNorman   1/31/2008 4:02:10 PM
The world's darkest material would also have applications as a reference in photography, particularly when setting up levels in videographic applications. It would be interesting to know if it is more or less reflective at specific wavelengths, as image sensors for specific colors need a black reference for that color.

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