White light propagation invariant beams
Posted on 2017-04-28 - 14:12
Propagation invariant light fields such as Bessel light beams are of interest in a variety of current areas such as micromanipulation of atoms and mesoscopic particles, laser plasmas, and the study of optical angular momentum. Considering the optical fields as a superposition of conical waves, we discuss how the coherence properties of light play a key role in their formation. As an example, we show that Bessel beams can be created from temporally incoherent broadband light sources including a halogen bulb. By using a supercontinuum source we elucidate how the beam behaves as a function of bandwidth of the incident light field.
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Fischer, P.; Brown, C.T.A.; Morris, J.E.; López-Mariscal, C.; Wright, E.M.; Sibbett, W.; et al. (2005): White light propagation invariant beams. Optica Publishing Group. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3759449.v1
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