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Optical Near Fields

Introduction to Classical and Quantum Theories of Electromagnetic Phenomena at the Nanoscale

by Motoichi Ohtsu

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nanotechnology,
  • Physics

  • About the Edition

    Using the thin film of light, the optical near field, that is localized on the surface of a nanometric material has removed the diffraction limit as a barrier to imaging on the nano- and atomic scales. But a paradigm shift in the concepts of optics and optical technology is required to understand the instrinsic nature of the near fields and how best to exploit them. Professors Ohstu and Kobayashi crafted Optical Near Fields on the basis of their hypothesis that the full potential for utilizing optical near fields can be realized only with novel nanometric processing, functions, and manipulation, i.e., by controlling the intrinsic interaction between nanometer-sized optical near fields and material systems, and further, atoms. The book presents physically intuitive concepts and theories for students, engineers, and scientists engaged in research in nanophotonics and atom photonics.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Motoichi Ohtsu, Kiyoshi Kobayashi
    SeriesAdvanced Texts in Physics, Advanced Texts in Physics
    ContributionsKobayashi, Kiyoshi
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC350-467, TA1501-1820, QC392-449.5, TA1750-1750.22
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Pagination1 online resource (xi, 206 p.)
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27078885M
    ISBN 103642073433, 3662091046
    ISBN 109783642073434, 9783662091043
    OCLC/WorldCa851376794

    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 (magnetic. 6, Optical Field jobs available on Apply to Optical Engineer, Scientist, Field Application Engineer and more!

    The statistical properties of the intensity in close proximity to highly scattering, randomly inhomogeneous media are investigated. Whereas the intensity probability density function obeys the same law irrespective of the distance z from the interface, the second-order intensity correlation length changes for distances smaller than the wavelength. Contrary to predictions of the conventional. Nonlinear Optics. Rapid development of optoelectronic devices and laser techniques poses an important task of creating and studying, from one side, the structures capable of effectively converting, modulating, and recording optical data in a wide range of radiation energy densities and frequencies, from another side, the new schemes and approaches capable to activate and simulate the modern.

      Optics is a science which covers a very large domain and is experiencing indisputable growth. It has enabled the development of a considerable number of instruments, the optical component or methodology of which is often the essential part of portent systems. This book sets out show how optical physical phenomena such as lasers – the basis of instruments of measurement – are involved . articles on microwave near-field imaging that are of possible interest to the reader include references [7], [8] and [9]. We do not consider localized microwave electromagnetic field probing in this review, as the reader can find coverage of this topic in [7] and [9] and in the chapter by .


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From the reviews: "The main topic of this book is the optical near field, i.e., the thin film of light that is localized on the surface of a nanometric material. the book outlines physically intuitive concepts and theories for students, engineers, and scientists who will be engaged in research in nanophotonics and atom photonics.

this book is a good and complete overview of the subject.". Professors Ohstu and Kobayashi crafted Optical Near Fields on the basis of their hypothesis that the full potential for utilizing optical near fields can be realized only with novel nanometric processing, functions, and manipulation, i.e., by controlling the intrinsic interaction between nanometer-sized optical near fields and material systems.

From the reviews: "The main topic of this book is the optical near field, i.e., the thin film of light that is localized on the surface of a nanometric material. the book outlines physically intuitive concepts and theories for students, engineers, and scientists who will be engaged in Optical Near Fields book in nanophotonics and atom photonics.

this book is a good and complete overview of the subject."Cited by: Near-Field Optics combines an introduction to near-field optical theory with a handbook and reference for the practice and application of near-field microscopy. Michael A. Paesler and Patrick J. Moyer provide the most comprehensive presentation available on the instrumentation and Cited by: Product Information.

Ohstu and Kobayashi crafted Optical Near Fields on the basis of their hypothesis that the full potential for utilizing optical near fields can be realized only with novel nanometric processing, functions, and manipulation, i.e., by controlling the intrinsic interaction between nanometer-sized optical near fields and material systems, and further, Optical Near Fields book.

Get this from a library. Optical Near Fields: Introduction to Classical and Quantum Theories of Electromagnetic Phenomena at the Nanoscale. [Motoichi Ohtsu; Kiyoshi Kobayashi] -- Using the thin film of light, the optical near field, that is localized on the surface of a nanometric material has removed the diffraction limit as a barrier to imaging on the nano- and atomic.

Get this from a library. Optical near fields: introduction to classical and quantum theories of electromagnetic phenomena at the nanoscale. [Motoichi Ohtsu; K Kobayashi] -- "Professors Ohtsu and Kobayashi crafted Optical Near Fields on the basis of their hypothesis that the full potential for utilizing optical near fields can be realized only with novel nanometric.

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.

The barrier of spatial resolution imposed by the very nature of light itself in conventional optical microscopy. The optical near-field that protrudes from the aperture is disturbed by the presence of a sample.

Light emitted from the location opposite to the aperture, either in transmitted or reflected modes, is collected by a lens and detected by a photomultiplier.

Optical Near Fields: Introduction to Classical and Quantum Theories of Electromagnetic Phenomena at the Nanoscale Professor Motoichi Ohtsu, Dr.

Kiyoshi Kobayashi (auth.) Using the thin film of light, the optical near field, that is localized on the surface of a nanometric material has removed the diffraction limit as a barrier to imaging on.

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, resulting in an evanescent.

"Professors Ohtsu and Kobayashi crafted Optical Near Fields on the basis of their hypothesis that the full potential for utilizing optical near fields can be realized only with novel nanometric processing, functions, and manipulation, i.e., by controlling the intrinsic interaction between nanometer-sized optical near fields and material systems.

Free 2-day shipping. Buy Advanced Texts in Physics: Optical Near Fields: Introduction to Classical and Quantum Theories of Electromagnetic Phenomena at the Nanoscale (Hardcover) at Application of microscopy principles in other fields, such as optical storage on compact disks, has also become important.

This book will concentrate on mainly two new types of optical microscopes: the confocal scanning optical microscope (CSOM) and the optical interference microscope (OIM). These instruments differ from the standard optical. In this chapter, we present a simple phenomenological model of an optical near fields interacting with two-level systems and discuss the dynamics of dipole excitation and radiation properties of the system.

As a result, we find that the locally near-field coupling enables controlling the dipole distributions by manipulating the initial excitations and causes strong oscillating radiation by: 2.

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.

While optical near-fields were exten-sively exploited for overcoming the diffraction limit in optical imaging the study of their physical aspects revealed unique properties which cannot be imitated by free propagating radiation.

1Adapted from L. Novotny, ”The History of Near-field Optics,” Progress in Opt E. Wolf (ed.),File Size: 1MB. This kind of measurement for optical near-fields was first realized by the group of D. Pohl in [, ]. Inspired by other scanning probe techniques like scanning tunnelling microscopy Author: Lukas Novotny.

Optical pulsation mechanism based on optical near-field Interactions Article (PDF Available) in Applied Physics B (4) March with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Abstract. In this chapter, we study the theoretical background of optical near-field problems involving near-field optical microscopy (NOM). As discussed in previous chapters, NOM involves complicated optical processes consisting of subsystems of different characteristic scales of Author: Motoichi Ohtsu, Hirokazu Hori.

To schedule an eye exam* or contact lens fitting with an Independent Doctor of Optometry, just enter your city and state or zip code in the box at the right, and click "go". You can schedule one for you and your family in just a few minutes. Annual eye exams* not only keep your prescription up to date, they help detect early signs of eye.Near‐field optical microscopy techniques provide information on the amplitude and phase of local fields in samples of interest in nanooptics.

However, the information on the near field is typically obtained by converting it into propagating far fields where the signal is by: Optics at the Nanometer Scale: Imaging and Storing with Photonic Near Fields deals with the fundamentals of and the latest developments and applications of near-field optical microscopy, giving basic accounts of how and under what circumstances superresolution beyond the half- wavelength Rayleigh limit is achieved.

Interferometric and fluorescence techniques are also described, leading to Brand: Springer Netherlands.