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Experimental study of the vortex phase induced-change of the polarization structure of a radially polarized beam

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Abstract

We carried out the theoretical and experimental study on the propagation of a focused radially polarized vortex beam. It is found that the state of polarization of such beam rotates and changes on propagation.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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