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m aperture probes for near-field terahertz transmission microscopy
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The transmission of electromagnetic waves through a sub-wavelength aperture is described by Bethe's theory. This imposes severe limitations on using apertures smaller than ∼1/100 of the wavelength for near-field microscopy at terahertz (THz) frequencies. Experimentally, we observe that the transmitted evanescent field within 1 μm of the aperture deviates significantly from the Bethe dependence of E ∝ a 3. Using this effect, we realized THz near-field probes incorporating 3 μm apertures and we demonstrate transmission mode THz time-domain near-field imaging with spatial resolution of 3 μm, corresponding to λ/100 (at 1 THz).
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