The Darkest Material In The World Has Become Even Darker

This is a new development of the Vantablack process (just out of the reactor). It’s resulted in a coating so black that our spectrometers can’t measure it! Even running a high power laser pointer across it bearly reflects anything back to the viewer.

We have never before made a material so ‘black’ that it can’t be picked up on our spectrometers in the infrared.
Source: Surrey NanoSystems
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What You Can Do With Vantablack, the Darkest Material Ever Made
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The Darkest Material In The World Has Become Even Darker, Vantablack, New Material

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