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High-resolution 3D Phase Microscopy from Intensity

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Abstract

We present a microscope system for high-resolution complex-field tomography from intensity-only measurements with illumination angle scanning. Preliminary results using a multi-slice framework show promise in visualizing the 3D structure of a cluster of 3 µm transparent microspheres.

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