Light Scattering with Laser Sources

@inproceedings{Porto1969LightSW,
  title={Light Scattering with Laser Sources},
  author={Sergio P. S. Porto},
  year={1969}
}
When light passes through matter weak random scattered radiation appears. In the early 16th Century, Leonardo da Vinci prophetically suggested scattering by particles of air as the explanation for the blueness of the sky. This idea was pursued by many scientists including Newton and Tyndall who tried with only limited success to identify the particles responsible for the scattering. Lord Rayleigh[1] following a suggestion by Maxwell, finally proved that the air molecules themselves were… 

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