Propagation of circularly polarized light in media with large-scale inhomogeneities View Full Text


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DATE

1999-03

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E. E. Gorodnichev, A. I. Kuzovlev, D. B. Rogozkin

ABSTRACT

Small-angle multiple scattering of circularly polarized waves in disordered systems composed of large (larger than the light wavelength) spherical particles is discussed. The equation for Stokes’s fourth parameter V — the difference between the intensities of the left-and right-hand polarized light — is shown to have the form similar to that of the scalar transport equation for intensity I, the only difference being the presence of an additional “non-small-angle” term responsible for depolarization. In the case of small-angle scattering, depolarizing collisions are relatively rare and, in contrast to the scalar case, the problem contains an additional spatial scale, namely the depolarization depth. The polarization degree and helicity of the scattered light are calculated for the case of purely elastic scattering and in the presence of absorption in the medium. For strong absorption, depolarization is shown to follow the transition to the asymptotic regime of wave propagation. The features appearing in strong (non-Born) single scattering are also discussed. More... »

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421-432

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