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UK scientists develop super-black material that absorbs 99.96 percent of surface light

A newly produced material is believed to be the "blackest" ever created. Vantablack is a pure carbon coating and absorbs 99.96 percent of incident radiation (solar energy as it hits the material's surface). Manufacturer Surrey NanoSystems believes that is the highest such figure ever recorded. For more information, please see:

http://www.gizmag.com/vantablack-super-black-material/33011/

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