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Active plasmon interference control on ultrafast time scales by free electrons

@inproceedings{Huang2021ActivePI,
  title={Active plasmon interference control on ultrafast time scales by free electrons},
  author={Rongan Huang and Weiwei Luo and Wei Wu and Mengxin Ren and Xinzheng Zhang and Wei Cai and Jing-jun Xu},
  year={2021}
}
Interference between light waves is one of the widely known phenomena in physics, which is widely used in modern optics, ranging from precise detection at the nanoscale to gravitational-wave observation. Akin to light, both classical and quantum interferences between surface plasmon polaritons (SPPs) have been demonstrated. However, to actively control the SPP interference within subcycle in time (usually less than several femtoseconds in the visible range) is still missing, which hinders the… 

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