Role of Multiple Scattering in Single Particle Perturbations in Absorbing Random Media

@inproceedings{Berk2021RoleOM,
  title={Role of Multiple Scattering in Single Particle Perturbations in Absorbing Random Media},
  author={J. Berk and M. Foreman},
  year={2021}
}
Speckle patterns produced by disordered scattering systems exhibit a sensitivity to addition of individual particles which can be used for sensing applications. Using a coupled dipole model we investigate how multiple scattering can enhance field perturbations arising in such random scattering based sensors. Three distinct families of multiple scattering paths are shown to contribute and the corresponding complex enhancement factors derived. Probability distributions of individual enhancement… Expand

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