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Numerical simulation of the near-field distribution of light spot of aperture pyramid-type optical probe with a metal tip

Wang Guo-Jun Wu Shi-Fa Li Xu-Feng Li Rui Duan Jian-Min Pan Shi

Numerical simulation of the near-field distribution of light spot of aperture pyramid-type optical probe with a metal tip

Wang Guo-Jun, Wu Shi-Fa, Li Xu-Feng, Li Rui, Duan Jian-Min, Pan Shi
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  • Received Date:  27 March 2009
  • Accepted Date:  23 April 2009
  • Published Online:  15 January 2010

Numerical simulation of the near-field distribution of light spot of aperture pyramid-type optical probe with a metal tip

  • 1. 大连理工大学物理与光电工程学院,大连 116024

Abstract: The finite-difference time-domain method (FDTD) is employed to investigate the near-field distribution of the light spot of aperture pyramid-type optical probe with a metal tip. The factors that have some influence on the electric field distribution such as the length,radius and position departed from aperture of the tip are investigated. The mechanism of electromagnetic wave transmitting from the aperture to metal tip by way of plasmon is discussed. Our calculation results are consistent with the results obtained by Taminiau with different methods. How and why Pohl etc. have obtained images with high resolution in the 20—25 nm range between 1984 and 1986 are analyzed. The imaging mechanism of their experiment system is discussed. Numerical simulation demonstrates that the imaging mechanism of Pohls experiment system may belong to a scattering-type near-field optical microscope (S-SNOM) rather than an aperture scanning near-field optical microscope (A-SNOM). This paper can help us to find optimized tip design in the future.

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