Chemical reaction alters the colors of plasmonic prints
The technique could open the way for ultra-high-resolution images, extremely sharp displays, encrypting information, and detecting counterfeits.
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Plasmonics is a fast-growing field with many implications for photonics. This article by Stefan Maier, codirector of the Centre for Plasmonics & Metamaterials at Imperial College London, presents the underlying concepts that have been exploited in various areas of optics for decades, and are now experiencing a renaissance in the form of nanoplasmonics.
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