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Discovery of Ink to Curb Fake Printing of Passports and Counterfeiting of Currency Notes- (Press Information Bureau) (03 Mar 2020)

MANU/PIBU/0550/2020

Civil

CSIR-National Physical Laboratory has developed a bi-luminescent security ink which glows in red and green colours when illuminated by two different excitation sources at 254 nano meters (nm) and 365 nm, respectively. The ink was prepared in a batch of 1kg and given to Bank Note Press (BNP), Dewas, a unit of Security Printing Minting Corporation of India Ltd. (SPMCIL), New Delhi. The ink is found comparable to the standards that are in use. The formulation can be used to check the authenticity of passports, Government documents, tamper evident labels, identity cards, etc.

Tags : DISCOVERY   FAKE PRINTING   CURRENCY NOTES  

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