1 April 1995 Applied aspects of scattering media and object optics
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Optical Engineering, 34(4), (1995). doi:10.1117/12.197140
Abstract
A generalized analysis of the results of several studies of the properties, structure, and the optical-geometric parameter peculiarities of the influence of high temperatures on light-scattering objects of various physical nature is presented. A number of appliances and methods specially designed for this research are also described, agreed-on spectrum-photometric and polarization-metric methods, as well as scattering media spectroscopy methods are applied. The principal practical results are (1) a coating is designed for photometric layers that has the best existing spectrum photometric characteristics in the spectral interval 0.35 to 2.0 μm; (2) a number of photometric and polarization characteristics describing the peculiarities of light field formation inside the scattering medium are obtained; (3) some methods of quantitative evaluation of dielectrics and semiconductor roughness parameters, the corrosion injury of steel under opaque protective coatings, and the degree of partide orientation in the scattering medium are suggested; and (4) some instructions for optical methods to control the applicability of different dye staffs to cloth and for determining the temperatures of their usage and decay are elaborated.
Stephen G. Guminietsky, "Applied aspects of scattering media and object optics," Optical Engineering 34(4), (1 April 1995). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.197140
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Scattering

Reflection

Absorption

Light scattering

Laser scattering

Particles

Aluminum

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