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Dec 19, 2007
H. Gilles, S. Girard, M. Laroche, A. Belarouci CIMAP, Caen
The SNOM (Scanning Near-field Optical Microscopy) allows to reach a spatial resolution well below the wavelength of the light used. Indeed, thanks to the "near-field" illumination (when the distance between the object and the source is much less than the wavelength) it becomes possible to avoid the diffraction inherent to every optical system.


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