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Conical diffraction of linearly polarised light in a biaxial crystal produces a beam with a crescent-shaped intensity profile. Intensity profiles at the FIP (11.54 cm beyond L1) as the fast-axis of the half wave- plate is rotated through 90Â°. [See D. P. O'Dwyer et al. Fig. 1 for details].
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- Focus issue on surface plasmon photonics introduction
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