We show that the two-point correlation function in the near field of scattered light is simply related to the scattered intensity distribution. We present a new, to our knowledge, optical scheme to measure the correlation function in the near field, and we describe a processing technique that permits the subtraction of stray light on a statistical basis. We present experimental data for solutions of latex spheres, and we show that this novel technique is a powerful alternative to static light scattering. © 2001 Optical Society of America.

Giglio, M., Carpineti, M., Vailati, A., Brogioli, D. (2001). Near-Field Intensity Correlations of Scattered Light. APPLIED OPTICS, 40(24), 4036 [10.1364/AO.40.004036].

Near-Field Intensity Correlations of Scattered Light

BROGIOLI, DORIANO COSTANTINO
2001

Abstract

We show that the two-point correlation function in the near field of scattered light is simply related to the scattered intensity distribution. We present a new, to our knowledge, optical scheme to measure the correlation function in the near field, and we describe a processing technique that permits the subtraction of stray light on a statistical basis. We present experimental data for solutions of latex spheres, and we show that this novel technique is a powerful alternative to static light scattering. © 2001 Optical Society of America.
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Light scattering; near field scattering
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Giglio, M., Carpineti, M., Vailati, A., Brogioli, D. (2001). Near-Field Intensity Correlations of Scattered Light. APPLIED OPTICS, 40(24), 4036 [10.1364/AO.40.004036].
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