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Beam shaping under extreme focusing conditions: Generalization of the Richards-Wolf formalism

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Abstract

We rigorously model nonparaxial focusing of electromagnetic beams by arbitrary axisymmetric surfaces such as spheres, ellipses and hyperbolae. We consider light’s diffraction and polarization properties.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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