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Self-bending symmetric cusp beams

A type of self-bending symmetric cusp beams with four accelerating intensity maxima is theoretically and experimentally presented. Distinguished from the reported regular polygon beams, the symmetric cusp beams simultaneously exhibit peculiar features of natural autofocusing and self-acceleration du... Full description

Journal Title: Applied Physics Letters 07 December 2015, Vol.107(23)
Main Author: Gong, Lei
Other Authors: Liu, Wei-Wei , Ren, Yu-Xuan , Lu, Yao , Li, Yin-Mei
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0003-6951 ; E-ISSN: 1077-3118 ; DOI: 10.1063/1.4937584
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title: Self-bending symmetric cusp beams
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  • Ren, Yu-Xuan
  • Lu, Yao
  • Li, Yin-Mei
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description: A type of self-bending symmetric cusp beams with four accelerating intensity maxima is theoretically and experimentally presented. Distinguished from the reported regular polygon beams, the symmetric cusp beams simultaneously exhibit peculiar features of natural autofocusing and self-acceleration during propagation. Further, such beams take the shape of a fine longitudinal needle-like structure at the focal region and possess the strong ability of self-healing over obstacles. All these intriguing properties were verified experimentally. Particularly, the spatial profile of the reconstructed beam exhibits spatially sculpted optical structure with four siamesed curved arms. Thus, we anticipate that the structured beam will benefit optical guiding and optofluidics in surprising ways.
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