Dimitris P. Chrissoulidis

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A versatile eccentric-spheres model of the human head is used in this paper to investigate radio-wave absorption. Numerical results, obtained by use of an exact analytical solution, are presented for the total, percentage, and gram-specific absorption. Interest is mainly in the brain and in the eyes of an adult or an infant head. Our model comprises a host(More)
The radiative properties of aerosol-soot mixtures, both internal and external, are determined in the visible and near-infrared bands by use of exact indirect mode-matching solutions to electromagnetic-wave scattering from a sphere with an eccentric spherical inclusion and from a cluster of spheres. Spherical sulfate droplets are assumed to represent aerosol(More)
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