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Imaging of interacting nano-objects with superlenses

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Employing rigorous electromagnetic theory we show that near-field imaging of point-like objects with subwavelength resolution is achieveable with nanoslab superlenses. For a metallic lens the resolution is ∼ λ /5, whereas for a metamaterial lens λ /10 is obtained. We also illustrate how the near-field interactions among the objects and the lens affect the imaging.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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