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3D Fourier transformation light scattering for reconstructing extend angled resolved light scattering of individual particles

  title={3D Fourier transformation light scattering for reconstructing extend angled resolved light scattering of individual particles},
  author={Khoi Phuong Dao and KyeoReh Lee and Yu Hong and Seungwoo Shin and Sumin Lee and Dong Soo Hwang and Yongkeun Park},
We represent three-dimensional Fourier transform light scattering, a method to reconstruct angle-resolved light scattering (ARLS) with extended angle-range from individual spherical objects. To overcome the angle limitation determined by the physical numerical aperture of an optical system, the optical light fields scattered from a sample are measured with various illumination angles, and then synthesized onto the Ewald Sphere corresponding to the normal illumination in Fourier space by… 

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