Plasmonic Airy beam manipulation by linear optical potentials
Airy beams have attracted surging attention due to their non-diffracting and self-healing properties . Those features have been employed for various applications, including optical trapping, plasma guiding and light bullets generation. Importantly, Airy beams have been recently introduced into the field of plasmonics  and present the only possible non-diffracting plasmon beams. Combined with the virtue of surface plasmons which could be confined down to the nanoscale, plasmonic Airy beams...[Show more]
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