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Investigation of phase singularities in the vicinity of small structures using a Linnik Interference microscope

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Dorn, R., Eberler, M., Piringer, M., Quabis, S., & Leuchs, G. (2000). Investigation of phase singularities in the vicinity of small structures using a Linnik Interference microscope. TECHNISCHES MESSEN, 67(10), 421-426. doi:10.1524/teme.2000.67.10.421.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0001-BB3A-C
Abstract
We present studies of the electric field that is reflected by sub-A structures. The occurrence of singularities in the phase distribution of the field is investigated theoretically and experimentally with regard to the possibility to achieve lateral superresolution. A theoretical model for the calculation of the electric field is discussed that is based on the Green function formalism. Measurements on two-dimensional objects were performed using a Linnik interference microscope.