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Magneto-Optical Binding in the Near Field

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Abstract

We study the formation of near-field optical binding. Binding distance is controlled by the polarization angle. Stiffness is four orders of magnitude larger than the usual far-field binding. Binding distance is manipulated using magneto-optical effects.

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