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|Title:||Oscillatory behavior of light in the composite Goos-Hanchen shift|
|Author:||Araújo, M. P.|
De Leo, S.
Maia, G. G.
|Abstract:||For incidence in the critical region, the propagation of Gaussian lasers through dielectric blocks is characterized by the joint action of angular deviations and lateral displacements. This mixed effect, known as the composite Goos-Hanchen shift, produces a lateral displacement that is dependent on the axial coordinate, recently confirmed by a weak measurement experiment. We discuss under which conditions this axial lateral displacement, which only exists for the composite Goos-Hanchen shift, presents an oscillatory behavior. This oscillation phenomenon shows a peculiar behavior of light for critical incidence and, if experimentally tested, could stimulate further theoretical studies and lead to interesting optical applications.|
|Subject:||Goos-Hänchen, Deslocamento de|
Simetria quebrada (Física)
Symmetry breaking (Physics)
|Editor:||American Physical Society|
|Appears in Collections:||IFGW - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
IMECC - Artigos e Outros Documentos
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