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Self-accelerating plasmonic beams having arbitrary caustic trajectories

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We demonstrate, numerically and experimentally, the generation of self-accelerating surface plasmon beams along arbitrary caustic curvatures by two-dimensional binary plasmonic phase masks. We examine both paraxial and non-paraxial curvatures accelerating along polynomial and exponential trajectories.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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