Abstract

We demonstrate that the conventional optical signal in near-field scanning optical microscopy and the optical force induced topography contain complementary information about the complex three-dimensional field distribution. Crucially, the additional information about the field distribution can be retrieved without increasing the measurement complexity.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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