Tables of Mie Scattering Cross Sections and Amplitudes

by Diran Deirmendjian

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A tabulation of selected values of the scattering cross sections and amplitudes in the forward and backward direction for various sizes of dielectric and absorbing spheres irradiated by plane electromagnetic waves. For a number of physical substances in the visible, infrared, and microwave regions of the spectrum, the tables contain such other useful quantities as the extinction and absorption cross sections and the specific intensity of the scattered field at 0 deg and 180 deg. A tabulation of selected values of the scattering cross sections and amplitudes in the forward and backward direction for various sizes of dielectric and absorbing spheres irradiated by plane electromagnetic waves. For a number of physical substances in the visible, infrared, and microwave regions of the spectrum, the tables contain such other useful quantities as the extinction and absorption cross sections and the specific intensity of the scattered field at 0 deg and 180 deg.

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