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Message in a bottle: the statistical behavior of nanoparticles in optical confinement

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A focused laser beam-produced optical bottle transiently traps suspended nanoparticles while 3-D fluorescence maps the confined nanoparticle distribution. The mechanical balance of the compressive laser and repulsive osmotic pressures decouples the particle-light and particle-particle interactions.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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