4 edition of Near field optics found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Dieter W. Pohl and Daniel Courjon.|
|Series||NATO ASI series., no. 242|
|Contributions||Pohl, D. W. 1938-, Courjon, Daniel.|
|LC Classifications||QH212.S33 N37 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 418 p. :|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||93025336|
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Near-field optics is a new and growing field in microscopy which exploits small apertures in close proximity to imaged surfaces to achieve super resolution.
This lavishly illustrated book is designed as an entrance to the literature, a reference and a user's guide. Introduces the basic optics necessary to understand near-field by: About this book Scanning near-field optical microscopy (SNOM, also known as NSOM) is a new local probe technique with a resolving power of nm.
: Near Field Optics (Nato Science Series E: (Closed)) (): D.W. Pohl: Books. Near-field optics studies the behaviour of light fields in the vicinity of matter, where light is structured in propagating and evanescent fields.
Near-field optical microscopy is the straightforward application of near-field textbook provides an overview for undergraduates and anyone who has an interest in peculiar optical phenomena, and serves Cited by: This book describes in detail the physics of localized surface plasmon polaritons excited near fine metallic structures and the principles of near-field optics and microscopy related to this localized field.
It covers not only near-field optical microscopy but also wider fields such as local spectroscopy, nano-scale optical processing, quantum near-field optics, and atom.
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Near Field Optics ( Arc-et-Senans, France). Near field optics. Dordrecht ; Boston: Kluwer Academic, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: D W Pohl; Daniel Courjon.
Summary: This book contains the most recent information on optical nanoscopy. Far-Field and Near-Field properties on e.m. waves are presented which illustrate how optical images can be obtained from sub-micron objects.
Scanning Probe techniques and. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This text contains the most recent information on near field optics, namely the properties of the optical e.m. waves which propagate over distances shorter than the wavelength, taking into account the presence of small objects.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XIV, Seiten: Illustrationen, zahlreiche Diagramme. Contents: High-Throughput Probes for Near-Field Optics and Their Applications.- 1 High-Throughput Probes.- Mode Analysis in a Metallized Tapered Probe.- Light Propagation in a Tapered Probe with Ideal Metal Cladding.
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This book describes in detail the physics of localized surface plasmon polaritons excited near fine metallic structures and the principles of near-field optics and microscopy related to this localized field. It covers not only near-field optical microscopy but also wider fields such as local spectroscopy, nano-scale optical processing, quantum near-field optics, and atom 4/5(1).
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Near-ﬁeld Optics is the study of non-propagating inhomogeneous ﬁelds and their inter- action with matter. Optical near-ﬁelds are localized to the source region of optical radi-File Size: 1MB. This work covers review papers on scanning near-field optical microscopy, early ideas and concepts, development of scanning near-field optical microscopy in the s, theoretical analysis of Read more.
Not being limited by diffraction, near-field optics (NFO) opens new perspectives for optical characterization and the understanding of optical phenomena, in particular in biology, microelectronics and materials science. Near-field optics, dealing with the interaction between optical field and matter in the nanometric region, has become an interdisciplinary field spaning physics, chemistry, materials science, electrical engineering and high density data storage.
This book reflects the recent status of this rapidly growing field. This book describes in detail the physics of localized surface plasmon polaritons excited near fine metallic structures and the principles of near-field optics and microscopy related to this localized field.
It covers not only near-field optical microscopy but also wider fields such as local spectroscopy, nano-scale optical processing, quantum. Near-Field Optics and Surface Plasmon Polaritons Dieter W. Pohl (auth.), Prof.
Satoshi Kawata (eds.) This book describes in detail the physics of localized surface plasmon polaritons excited near fine metallic structures and the principles of near-field optics and microscopy related to this localized field. The near field and far field are regions of the electromagnetic field (EM) around an object, such as a transmitting antenna, or the result of radiation scattering off an -radiative 'near-field' behaviors dominate close to the antenna or scattering object, while electromagnetic radiation 'far-field' behaviors dominate at greater distances.
Far-field E (electric) and B. Near-Field Optics: Microscopy, Spectroscopy, and Surface Modification Beyond the Diffraction Limit. Scanning near field optical Microscopy Vidya-mitra. The Basics of Near Field and Far Field Electromagnetism and Optics - Lecture Near-field and far-field diffraction.
Near-Field Optics In conventional optical imaging and spectroscopy, an object is typically irradiated by a light source and the scattered or emitted light is recorded by a detector.
That situation, illustrated on the top of the figure below, constitutes the canonical optics problem: The incident field E in induces in the object polarization. Near-field optics serves a bridging role in biology between optical imaging and scanned probe microscopy.
The integration of near-field and scanned probe imaging with far-field optics thus holds Cited by: Cite this chapter as: Betzig E.
() Principles and Applications of Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy (NSOM). In: Pohl D.W., Courjon D.
(eds) Near Field by: Near-field optics is that branch of optics that considers configurations that depend on the passage of light to, from, through, or near an element with subwavelength features, and the coupling of that light to a second element located a subwavelength distance from the first.
Near-field microscopy. Contents. Introduction to Near-Field Optics 2. Imaging 3. The Tapered Optical Fiber and Other Sensing Elements 4. NSOM Theory 5. NSOM Instrumentation 6. Optical Tunneling Microscopes 7. Contrast 8. Intensity 9. Polarization Wavelength Amplitude and Phase Time Plasmons Surface Chemistry Biology The near field optical microscope is the latest of this family.
Like its prestigious brothers, the STM and the AFM, it allows one to see the physical world with new eyes. The objective of this article is to provide an overview concerning the physical mechanisms and paradoxes taking place in non-radiative by: Near-field optical microscopy is the straightforward application of near-field optics.
This textbook provides an overview for undergraduates and anyone who has an interest in peculiar optical phenomena, and serves as a technical manual for engineers and researchers.
This book contains the most recent information on optical nanoscopy. Far-Field and Near-Field properties on e.m. waves are presented which illustrate how optical images can be obtained from sub-micron objects. Scanning Probe techniques and computer processing are covered here. Near-field optics has developed very rapidly from around the middle s after preliminary trials in the microwave frequency region, as proposed as early as At the early stages of this development, most technical efforts were devoted to realizing super-high-resolution optical microscopy beyond the diffraction limit.
This book provides potential ideas and methods to overcome this difficulty. Near-field optics has developed very rapidly from around the middle s after preliminary trials in the microwave frequency region, as proposed as early as This book is comprised of 10 chapters and begins by reviewing the elements of diffraction theory and the properties of speckle in the image of a diffuse object.
The discussion then turns to speckle in the near field and interferometry with diffuse light, along with experiments in which interference patterns are produced from photographically.
Book Description. The advent of a near-field scanning optical microscope capable of resolving subwavelength structure attracted much attention to the study of near-field optics. This volume contains early and recent papers on near-field theory and applications.
Lewis, N. Ben-Ami, A. Radko, D. Palanker, K. Lieberman: Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy in Cell Biology, Cell Biology 9, 70–73 () Google Scholar S. Wang, J.M. Siqueiros: Influence of the Sample-Probe Coupling on the Resolution of Transmitted Near-Field Optical Image, Optics and Lasers in Engineer – ( Author: Patrick Degenaar, Eiichi Tamiya.
Near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM) or scanning near-field optical microscopy (SNOM) is a microscopy technique for nanostructure investigation that breaks the far field resolution limit by exploiting the properties of evanescent SNOM, the excitation laser light is focused through an aperture with a diameter smaller than the excitation wavelength.
How to read this book xi Chapter 1 History of Near-field Optics 1 Notion of imaging system 1 Bases of imaging 4 Vision 4 Image 5 Far-field imaging systems 6 Notion of superresolution 7 Near-field imaging systems 9 History of near-field microscopy 12 Synge's speculation 12 J.
O'Keefe's letter 4. Field Quantization in Optics, P. Milonni 5. The History of Near-Field Optics, L. Novotny 6. Light Tunneling, H.M. Nussenzveig 7. The Influence of Young’s Interference Experiment on the Development of Statistical Optics, E.
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14 Near-Field Optics Wenhao Huang, Xi Li, and Guoyong Zhang CONTENTS Introduction Evanescent Field Instrumentation Optical Probe Probe Height Control System Calibration of SNOM - Selection from Handbook of Optical Metrology, 2nd Edition [Book]. In near-field optics, by placing a probe to exploit the unique properties of metal nanostructures at optical frequencies to localize incident illumination and enhance the lightmatter interaction Author: Lukas Novotny.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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