Oh, multiple + scattering + polarization


by schordinger
Tags: multiple, polarization, scattering
schordinger
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Jul2-04, 05:40 AM
P: 23
I know scattering would give polarized light on the in
90 degree of the beamdirection, but....how about somewhat
"multiple scattering" ??
how it affect the polarization ??

the concept of multiple scattering far too difficult for me,
can any guy explain that to me pls??

Thx
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Nenad
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Jul2-04, 03:35 PM
P: 698
what do u mean bu scattering?


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