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by Patrick J. Moyer,Michael A. Paesler

ePub Near-Field Optics: Theory, Instrumentation, and Applications download
Author:
Patrick J. Moyer,Michael A. Paesler
ISBN13:
978-0471043119
ISBN:
0471043117
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Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (June 7, 1996)
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Engineering
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Moyer, Patrick J. Author: Cogswell, Carol J. Author: Conchello, JoseĢ Angel. Author: Wilson, Tony, (Professor).

Near-Field Optics combinesan introduction to near-field optical theory with a handbook andreference for the practice and application of

Near-Field Optics combinesan introduction to near-field optical theory with a handbook andreference for the practice and application of.

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.

Clearly written and readable passages cover both the theory and applications of near-field microscopy, as well as a primer on the discipline's history.

Near-Field Optics: Theory, Instrumentation, and Applications. Theory and instrumentation. The Tapered Optical Fiber and Other Sensing Elements. Michael A. Paesler, Patrick Joseph Moyer, Aaron Lewis. NSOM Instrumentation. Optical Tunneling Microscopes. MA Paesler, PJ Moyer. Application of Bond Constraint Theory to the Switchable Optical Memory Material. DA Baker, MA Paesler, G Lucovsky, SC Agarwal, PC Taylor. The temperature dependence of photoluminescence in a-Si: H alloys. RW Collins, MA Paesler, W Paul. Solid State Communications 34 (10), 833-836, 1980.

Near-Field Optics : Theory, Instrumentation, and Applications. by Patrick J Moyer and Michael A. Paesler. A complete guide to one of the most revolutionary technologies in the history of imaging Near-field microscopes combine the richness of optical analysis, the noninvasive character of light, and the wide variety of sample environments of conventional microscopes with the finer spatial resolution of alternative technologies. Several issues concerning lateral spatial resolution in a scanning optical microscope (SOM) are addressed. After identifying what is meant by resolution in an SOM, the role of probe tip morphology is discussed.

Near-Field Optics book. Describes the instrumentation design of the near-field optical microscope. Provides applications of this methodology to areas such as semiconductors, lasers and optical data storage.

A complete guide to one of the most revolutionary technologies inthe history of imagingNear-field microscopes combine the richness of optical analysis,the noninvasive character of light, and the wide variety of sampleenvironments of conventional microscopes with the finer spatialresolution of alternative technologies. Near-Field Optics combinesan introduction to near-field optical theory with a handbook andreference for the practice and application of near-fieldmicroscopy. Michael A. Paesler and Patrick J. Moyer provide themost comprehensive presentation available on the instrumentationand operation of near-field microscopes. Writing from the viewpointof the scientist who wants to apply these revolutionary instrumentsin a laboratory setting, the authors:* Explain the pertinent optical theory and provide a developmentalhistory of near-field instruments* Discuss imaging theory and its application in the near-fieldscanning optical microscope (NSOM)* Explore the optical behavior of elements that provide thenear-field/far-field connection in an NSOM* Provide operational how-to's for NSOMs* Examine the theory and operation of optical tunneling microscopeswith special emphasis on the photon tunneling microscope(PTM)* Enumerate contrast mechanisms available to the near-fieldmicroscopist* Describe the application of near-field techniques in biology,materials science, surface chemistry, and information storage