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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 3791

Near-Field Optics: Physics, Devices, and Information Processing
Editor(s): Suganda Jutamulia; Motoichi Ohtsu; Toshimitsu Asakura
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 3791
Date Published: 22 September 1999
Softcover: 21 papers (206) pages
ISBN: 9780819432773

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Precise control of atoms with optical near fields: deflection and trap
Author(s): Haruhiko Ito; Akifumi Takamizawa; Hideaki Tanioka; Motoichi Ohtsu
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Quantum theory and virtual photon model of near-field optics
Author(s): Kiyoshi Kobayashi; Motoichi Ohtsu
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Photocantilever: an integrated microprobe for near-field optical microscopy
Author(s): Kenji Fukuzawa; Yuriko Tanaka; Hiroki Kuwano; Hiroshi Yoshikawa; Toshifumi Ohkubo; Tadashi Kato
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Near-field optical microscopy: contrast mechanisms in standard systems and photonic band gap structures
Author(s): Olivier J.F. Martin
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Near-field scanning optical microscope using a metallized cantilever tip for nanospectroscopy
Author(s): Yasushi Inouye; Norihiko Hayazawa; Koji Hayashi; Zouheir Sekkat; Satoshi Kawata
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Visualization of microstructure in soft polymer films with a combined near-field/confocal polarization microscope
Author(s): Andrey V. Kosterin; C. Daniel Frisbie
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3D-FDTD and experimental analysis of a resonant microcavity probe for high-resolution SNOM
Author(s): Yasushi Oshikane; Hirofumi Nakagawa; Toshihiko Kataoka; Katsuyoshi Endo; Haruyuki Inoue; Takayuki Hirai
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Phase-change recording/readout with a high-throughput fiber probe
Author(s): Motonobu Kourogi; Takashi Yatsui; Motoichi Ohtsu
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Subwavelength-sized phase-change recording with a silicon planar apertured probe
Author(s): Takashi Yatsui; Motonobu Kourogi; Kazuo Tsutsui; Junichi Takahashi; Motoichi Ohtsu
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Study of local photomodification of nanomaterials using near-field optics
Author(s): W. D. Bragg; Katyayani Seal; Viktor A. Podolskiy; Vladimir P. Safonov; Jane G. Zhu; Vladimir M. Shalaev; Z. Charles Ying
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Photonic crystals: concepts, devices, and applications
Author(s): Tuan-Kay Lim
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Near-field optical control of nonlinear properties of single quantum dots
Author(s): Toshiharu Saiki; Kenichi Nishi
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Photochemical vapor deposition by optical near field
Author(s): Yoh Yamamoto; Vitali V. Polonski; Geun Hyoung Lee; Motonobu Kourogi; Motoichi Ohtsu
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Fabrication of ZnO nanostructure using near-field optical technology
Author(s): Geun Hyoung Lee; Yoh Yamamoto; Motonobu Kourogi; Motoichi Ohtsu
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Deposition of chromium atoms by using the radiation force of a frequency-doubled laser diode for direct atomic lithography
Author(s): Kenji Okamoto; Hironobu Inouye; Yasushi Inouye; Satoshi Kawata
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Optimum choice of basic functions for modeling light propagation through nanometer-sized structures
Author(s): Nikolay B. Voznesensky
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Numerical comparison between shear force, constant height, and constant intensity images in scanning near-field optical microscopy
Author(s): Mufei Xiao; Xin Chen
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Mode study of the light emission distribution in semiconductor microdisks by using near-field optical microscopy
Author(s): Yu Zhang; Xing Zhu; Dai Lun; Hetian Zhou; Ruo Peng Wang; Yongchun Xin; Guozhong Wang; Shifa Xu; Yumin Shen; Bei-Wei Zhang; Guoyi Zhang; Zizhao Gan; Feijun Song
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Cryogenic near-field microscope working at LN temperature
Author(s): Yan Yin; Xing Zhu; Teng Fei; Shifa Xu; Hetian Zhou; Zizhao Gan; Feijun Song
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Study of field distribution of the probes in scanning near-field optical microscopy using finite-difference time-domain calculations
Author(s): Qing Zhou; Xing Zhu; Changqing Wang; Hetian Zhou
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