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“…We also show that angle-and polarization-resolved scattering measurements allow us to separately detect ED and MD resonances. Although separate detection of ED and MD resonances of a nanoobject is possible by an attenuated total reflection (ATR) configuration, [41] by using specifically tailored vector beams, [42][43][44][45] and by cathodoluminescence (CL), [32] the setup developed in this work provides more comprehensive information under plane wave irradiation without utilizing special configurations and optical components. The setup can be applied to a nanoobject with any shape and can provide valuable information for the development of a nanoantenna and a metasurface.…”
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“…We also show that angle-and polarization-resolved scattering measurements allow us to separately detect ED and MD resonances. Although separate detection of ED and MD resonances of a nanoobject is possible by an attenuated total reflection (ATR) configuration, [41] by using specifically tailored vector beams, [42][43][44][45] and by cathodoluminescence (CL), [32] the setup developed in this work provides more comprehensive information under plane wave irradiation without utilizing special configurations and optical components. The setup can be applied to a nanoobject with any shape and can provide valuable information for the development of a nanoantenna and a metasurface.…”
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“…[ 34 ] This corresponds to a fundamental limitation of the EDA design, since modes of resonators with inversion symmetry in the z ‐direction will always radiate as combinations of multipoles possessing even or odd parity, [ 60,61 ] and can only be overcome with careful tuning of the incident beam profile. [ 62 ]…”
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“…To get an ideal nonradiative anapole state, the radially polarized source can be used to suppress the multipoles other than ED and TD. [8,32] Figure 2c shows the calculated magnetic field in the z-direction H z and surface charge distributions at the anapole mode. A pair of counter-oriented and out-of-plane magnetic dipoles are excited in the SRs, giving rise to a toroidal dipole moment T (blue arrow).…”
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