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Dynamically routing surface plasmon polaritons along arbitrary trajectories

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We show how surface plasmon polaritons can be routed along arbitrary trajectories by forming nondiffracting Airy beams on metal surfaces. The dynamic computer-based control over such plasmonic Airy beams is successfully demonstrated in our experiment.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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