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13 October 1998 Progress of near-field optics research: activities in China
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The progress of near-field optics research and its application in some Chinese universities and institutions is overviewed. The research activities on the instrumentation aspect of scanning near-field optical microscope, novel sample-tip regulation mechanism, fiber-tip preparations, high resolution imaging and near-field spectroscopy in confined mesoscopic systems, light emission new materials and devices, theoretical development of near-field light- matter interactions, new observations of physical phenomena in the near-field region, optical nanostructuring, are summarized. The current research projects and future prospective of the possible application of SNOM and near- field fluorescence imaging to biology, such as the in vitro cell nuclear assembly and apoptosis as well as gene recognition and DNA sequencing, and opto-electro devices are discussed.
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Xing Zhu and Feijun Song "Progress of near-field optics research: activities in China", Proc. SPIE 3467, Far- and Near-Field Optics: Physics and Information Processing, (13 October 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.326820
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