Transparency of pair-correlated, random distributions of small scatterers, with applications to the cornea.

@article{Twersky1975TransparencyOP,
  title={Transparency of pair-correlated, random distributions of small scatterers, with applications to the cornea.},
  author={Victor Twersky},
  journal={Journal of the Optical Society of America},
  year={1975},
  volume={65 5},
  pages={524-30}
}
  • Victor Twersky
  • Published 1975 in Journal of the Optical Society of America
We consider transmission through pair-correlated random distributions of lossless dielectric (globular, cylindrical, or plate-like) scatterers with length parameter a and average spacing small compared to wavelength. Each optical particle is centered in a tough adherent transparent coating whose outer surface (sphere, cylinder, or slab) has radius b smaller than or equal to a. The corresponding attenuation coefficients beta varies directly as WM involve an integral of the appropriate radial… CONTINUE READING

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