Polarization modulated upconversion luminescence: Single particle vs. few-particle aggregates

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Nanoscale, 2015, 7 (15), pp. 6462 - 6466
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© The Royal Society of Chemistry. Luminescence from crystals is often anisotropic and it leads to the polarization behavior of luminescence from single crystalline particles, as exemplified here with the upconversion luminescence from a single NaYF4 nanodisk. Nanodisk aggregates exhibit polarization dependent luminescence with different polarization degrees, which depends on the orientation and distribution of nanoparticles. This journal is
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