Cathodoluminescence holography used for probing phase-resolved surface plasmon scattering

A new paper was published by the researchers from AMOLF Institute in ACS Photonics. The paper looks into Fourier-transform CL holography which allows determining the far-field phase distribution of fields scattered from plasmonic nanoholes, nanocubes, and helical nanoapertures, and reconstructing the angle-resolved phase distributions. The paper demonstrates the potential of Fourier-transform CL holography for further surface wave studies.