Abstract

In this paper, we introduce a formalism to determine the relationship between the full vectorial electric field existing at the object plane of a microscope and that existing at the image plane. The model is then used to quantitatively simulate, in both phase and intensity, the image of a radiating electric dipole placed either in a homogeneous medium or in the vicinity of a substrate. These simulations are compared with experimental measurements on single gold nanoparticles carried out by quadriwave lateral shearing interferometry.

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» Code 1       Open-source code that permits calculation of the image of a dipole through a microscope.

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