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1 Second harmonic generation methods for studying chirality were developed in organic molecules before being applied to metamaterials. In (a), illustration of SHG from supramolecularly ordered chiral helicenes molecules. In (b), illustration of SHG from G-shaped nanostructures, arranged in a chiral unit cell. The incoming light is at 800 nm (near red color) and the detected signal is at 400 nm (near blue color).
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3 The orthorectified aerial image and 5m DEM of Chiu-Shui River.
4 Computer simulation of the light- intensity distribution of the interference pattern for hexagonal right-handed (RH) as well as left-handed (LH) photonic chiral structures using                                                                         6                           +                           1                                                                beam geometry. (a) 3D interference intensity distribution for RH structures. (c) Intensity profile in                                                                         x                           −                           z                                                                plane. (b) and (d) correspond to (a) and (c) for LH photonic chiral structures.
5                      Transfer of angular momentum in optical tweezers. A trapped object can be rotated either by the transfer of SAM from a circularly polarized beam (left) or by the transfer of OAM from a high-order Laguerre–Gaussian beam.
6 Colour “Lena” (a), reconstructed using 51 (b) and 501 (c) independent scans.
7 (a) Schematic of a four-taper-segment micropillar cavity. (b) and (c) Electric field density profile of the first- and second-order modes, respectively. (d) Electric field density profile of the third-order mode of the ten-taper-segment micropillar cavity. (e) Mode diagram as a function of taper segment number.
8 Peppers image. (a) Original object (b) Conventional solution with minimum-error threshold (Lloyd-Max): SNR = 13.72 dB (c) Binary acquisition using our method (d) Reconstruction using our method: SNR = 19.10 dB
9                      Ghost imaging: coincidence measurements of two beams of entangled photons—one of which interacts with an object and one of which doesn’t—can be used to reconstruct a “ghost” image of the object.
10 20 × 24 pixel scan of a life-size mannequin at 324 m distance. fSample                         = 2 GHz, 7 × 106 pulses s−1, 16 ps histogram binning size, pattern length b = 16384 bits, 2 s per-pixel dwell time. Measurement acquired using a shallow-junction SPAD. (a) Close-up photograph of the scene. (b) Segmented surface plot of the scan, including several pixels locking onto background objects.
11 Experimental results using the proposed method: some typical 3-D geometries of the human face mask in wireframe mode.
12 WFDI-based phase profile of a cardiomyocyte during a single beating cycle, 40 × . White horizontal scale bar represents 10 µm. Vertical color bar is in radians. Dynamics, 120 fps for 1 sec: Media 3.