Orientation dependence in near-field scattering from TiO(2) particles.

  title={Orientation dependence in near-field scattering from TiO(2) particles.},
  author={L E McNeil and A R Hanuska and Roger H. French},
  journal={Applied optics},
  volume={40 22},
This scattering of light by small particles embedded in a continuous transparent medium is influenced not only by the bulk optical properties of the particles and the medium but also by the size, shape, and spatial arrangement of the particles-that is, by the microstructure. If the particles are close together, as in agglomerated coatings or stereolithographic suspensions, interactions between the radiation fields of adjacent particles can lead to variations in the magnitude and spatial… CONTINUE READING

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