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Light Scattering Reviews is the first book in a series devoted to bringing together the state-of-the-art and milestones in our knowledge of light scattering media optics (LSMO). Contributions from leading researchers focus on both the theoretical and experimental results in the area. The book provides a valuable picture of recent developments in light scattering. It facilitates studies in LSMO and will be of great importance for researchers in a variety of disciplines.
Divided into three parts, this volume first discusses single light scattering, followed by multiple light scattering and finally looks at the possible applications in combustion and marine research.
Chapter 1: Single light scattering.- 1. Experimental light scattering matrices from the Amsterdam Light Scattering Database.- 2. Light scattering and absorption by nonsperhical ice crsytals.- 3. Light scattering and absorption characteristics of optically soft particles.- 4. Single light scattering: computational methods.- Chapter 2: Multiple light scattering.- 5. Multiple scattering of short waves by uncorrelated and correlated scatterers.- 6. Asymptotic radiative transfer.- 7. Multiple scattering of polarized light in turbid media with large particles.- 8. Adjoint radiative transfer equation and inverse problems.- Chapter 3: Applications.- 9. Light scattering in combustion.- 10. Absorption and scattering of light in natural waters.