We describe an optical technique based on the statistical analysis of the random intensity distribution due to the interference of the near-field scattered light with the strong transmitted beam. It is shown that, from the study of the two-dimensional power spectrum of the intensity, one derives the scattered intensity as a function of the scattering wave vector. Near-field conditions are specified and discussed. The substantial advantages over traditional scattering technique are pointed out, and is indicated that the technique could be of interest for wavelengths other than visible light. (C) 2002 American Institute of Physics

Brogioli, D., Vailati, A., Giglio, M. (2002). Heterodyne near-field scattering. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 81(22), 4109-4111 [10.1063/1.1524702].

Heterodyne near-field scattering

Brogioli, DC;
2002

Abstract

We describe an optical technique based on the statistical analysis of the random intensity distribution due to the interference of the near-field scattered light with the strong transmitted beam. It is shown that, from the study of the two-dimensional power spectrum of the intensity, one derives the scattered intensity as a function of the scattering wave vector. Near-field conditions are specified and discussed. The substantial advantages over traditional scattering technique are pointed out, and is indicated that the technique could be of interest for wavelengths other than visible light. (C) 2002 American Institute of Physics
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light scattering; near field scattering
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Brogioli, D., Vailati, A., Giglio, M. (2002). Heterodyne near-field scattering. APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, 81(22), 4109-4111 [10.1063/1.1524702].
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