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Subwavelength imaging in colour

A chain of nanorods with weakly damped plasmon resonances is able to perform far-field colour imaging with subwavelength resolution, according to theoretical simulations.

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Figure 2: Nanorod chains.

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Nordlander, P. Subwavelength imaging in colour. Nature Photon 2, 387–388 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/nphoton.2008.110

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