This is a concise review of light Diffraction by a sphere as it has been presented by Craig F. Bohren and R. Huffman to explain the small particles diffraction phenomena "Absorption and Scattering of light by small particles" a book at Wiley CH stores. Here are some additional notes and remarks on the Mie Sphere problem.The most important exactly soluble problem in the theory of absorption and scattering by small particles is that for spheres of arbitrary radius and refractive index. Bohren and Huffman report these equations much more early presented be Gustav Mie in 1908. The equation of propagation of the realizable time harmonic electromagnetic field (E,H) in a linear ,isotropic, homogeneous medium must satisfy the wave equation and must be divergence fre,e i.e., E and H are not indpendent...
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\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nBeside the use of diffracted light from nanotechnology surfaces there is also A way to establish the linear polarization of reflected,scattered, and transmitting light from natural object,such as moon,stars,sky,clouds,ect Much more polarization information is available in the detected light Is it Wavelength or dependent? with a Circular or elliptic polarization ? Is the light source iitself polarized?. Polarization of light experiments in the laboratory are much d...
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In the preceding review, a consistent and general approach to solve numerically the problem of the propagation of light in anisotropic media was described. Let us introduce here the concept of a more general theory. The mathematician S.R. Cloude 1has given a new flair of the propagation of the electromagnetic wave and the scattering processes with the help of the Lie Group Theory. When speaking of the pr...
\r\nExhaustive studies in the literature detail the Mueller matrices properties through decomposition,optical entropy and depolarization formalism. It has been applied for many years in rather different fields. In radar polarimetry, mathematical basis of depolarizing systems, have been first developed. In the visible range ...
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Thick SiO2 on silicon substrate sample Ellipsometry data ( Experiments : SE UV Ellipsometer at LETI . (unpublished 2008)