Optical tomography at the nanoscale

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Techniques for visualising light–matter interactions with nanometre-scale resolution have generally been limited to producing two-dimensional images. Ashwin Atre and colleagues now describe a tomographic approach that extends this capability to three dimensions. Crucial in this picture: the various tilt-angles of the nanoparticles. The depiction of the electron-beam is a challenge on its own. Lights, electrons, transparency and beams are always a challenge.


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