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light orbital angular momentum (again!)

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Jamie M, Jan 9, 2013.

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  1. Jamie M

    Jamie M Guest


    There's a new article about detecting light's orbital angular momentum,
    this time from Harvard, is this just a terminonly confusion with the
    light polarization or is it actually OAM? They use nano-etched gold
    holograms to act as a plasmonic resonator to distinguish light with OAM
    of -1,0,+1

  2. I guess a link to the article would help. Optical angular momentum
    seems to be a bit of a research 'fad' these days.
    At the last March APS meeting everyone was talking about topological
    (Not that that's has any relation to OAM... just another fad.)

    George H.
  3. Jamie M

    Jamie M Guest

    Oops here is the link!! :)

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