Trapping force by a high numerical-aperture microscope objective obeying the sine condition

Ke, P.C.; Gan, X.S.; Min Gu
October 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct97, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p3666
Academic Journal
Presents a commercial high numerical-aperture microscope objective designed in terms of the sine condition which is needed for two-dimensional space-invariant imaging. Axial trapping efficiency generated by an objective obeying the sine condition; Agreement of the results with the measured value of the trapping efficiency.


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