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Journal of Optics
Metasurfaces are thin two-dimensional metamaterial layers that allow or inhibit the propagation of electromagnetic waves in desired directions. For example, metasurfaces have been demonstrated to produce unusual scattering properties of incident plane waves or to guide and modulate surface waves to obtain desired radiation properties. These properties have been employed, for example, to create innovative wireless receivers and transmitters. In addition, Made open accessdoi:10.1088/2040-8986/ab161d fatcat:7w7crb35gbhuxjozt4tf736qn4