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Scattering from Model Non-Spherical Particles: Theory and Applications to Environmental Physics

Series: Physics of Earth and Space Environments

By: F Borghese, P Denti and R Saija

253 pages, 95 Illus

Springer-Verlag

Hardback | Dec 2003 | #136347 | ISBN: 3540440143
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NHBS Price: £102.50 $129/€122 approx

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Addresses a wide spectrum of applications, ranging from scattering properties of water droplets containing pollutants, atmospheric aerosols and ice crystals to the modeling of cosmic dust grains as aggregates.


Contents

Multiple Fields * Propagation Through an Assembly of Nonspherical Scatterers * Multipole Expansions and Transition Matrix * Transition Matrix of Single and Aggregated Spheres * Scattering from Particles on a Plane Surface * Applications: Aggregated Spheres, Layered Spheres, Spheres Containing Inclusions * Applications: Single and Aggregated Spheres and Hemispheres on a Plane Interface * Applications: Atmospheric Ice Crystals * Applications: Cosmic Dust Grains.

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