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3D focal spot engineering 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. Focusing by these optical systems leads to the generation of needles of light.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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