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Anti-diffraction of light

Nature Photonics volume 9, pages 213214 (2015) | Download Citation

Using an electro-optic effect, submicrometre-sized beams have been shown to exhibit non-paraxial propagation over 1,000 Rayleigh lengths. The discovery does not require inhomogeneous or lossy media like plasmon waveguiding.

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  1. Hayk Harutyunyan is in the Department of Physics at Emory University, 400 Dowman Drive MSC, Atlanta, Georgia 30322-2430, USA

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