Topics in this Issue
Color-coded plot of the Gouy phase of an Airy beam. A portion of the region in which the function Ai(x) has zeros is shown. The solid black line indicates the fifth zero of the Airy function. The Gouy phase jumps by an amount Ï?across this line. For more, see the paper by Pang et al., pp. 2492-2494.
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- Dark state lasers
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