|Jun14-12, 08:10 AM||#1|
Mie scattering of infinite cylinder (light parallel to axis)
I've been reading a few books on scattering of light from particles, in particular mie scattering of cylinders. At first I want to look at infinite cylinders, then finite cylinders once I understand a bit better.
The problem is that all of the books I've looked at treat the problem where light propagates perpendicular to the axis of the cylinder, not parallel to it. Is there a book/paper somewhere which treats this case?
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|Jun14-12, 08:47 AM||#2|
Edit: I saw where you specifically ask for light propagating parallel to the cylinder axis. As you will see in the above papers, certain series diverge, but you may be able to get some useful insight.
|cylinder, electrodynamics, electromagnetism, mie scattering, mie theory|
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