Scientists have discovered a previously unknown type of lightwave using the theories of a 19th-century mathematician and physicist.

Equations developed by pioneering 19th-century Scottish scientist James Clerk Maxwell have been used to reveal how crystals can be manipulated to produce a distinctive type of light wave, according to the University of Edinburgh, which was involved in the research.

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“The phenomena – recently named Dyakonov-Voigt waves – could have a range of useful applications, such as improving biosensors used to screen blood samples or developing fibre optic circuits that transfer data more efficiently,” said the Un

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