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Nature Nanotechnology volume 7, pages 550551 (2012) | Download Citation

Silver disk-over-hole nanostructures create bright colours and fine tonal variations with the best possible resolution for visible light.

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  1. Teri W. Odom is in the Department of Chemistry, and Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois 60208, USA

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