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Tunable Resonator-Upconverted Emission (TRUE) Color Prints for Anti-counterfeiting Applications

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We fabricated gap-plasmon resonators with self-assembled upconversion nanoparticles embedded within to simultaneously achieve size-tunable plasmonic and emissive colors and demonstrated tunable resonator-upconverted emission (TRUE) color prints for anti-counterfeiting applications.

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