Using computational chemistry to produce cheaper infrared plastic lenses

A team created the next generation of long-wave infrared plastic lenses. The plastic, a sulfur-based polymer forged from waste generated by refining fossil fuels, is incredibly useful for lenses, window and other devices requiring transmission of infrared light, or IR, which makes heat visible. The new lens material could make IR cameras and sensor devices more accessible to consumers.
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