Abstract

The optical properties of an electrophotographic film comprised of closely packed submicron selenium spheres embedded in a polymer matrix were investigated. In one case the spheres were arranged in a monolayer; in a second the particles were dispersed throughout the polymer matrix. The optical transmission of these structures was measured as a function of wavelength and particle size and compared with physical models based on Mie theory.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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