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Preferential emission into epsilon-near-zero metamaterial

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We report preferential emission from ZnO nanoparticles into an epsilon near zero metamaterial. The structure is designed to have the parallel component of its dielectric constant approach zero at the maximum emission wavelength of ZnO.

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