Abstract

The internal and external field solutions for a composite particle are used to show the importance of the few angstroms closest to the surface in determining the radiative properties of micron-sized particulates. The physical mechanism responsible for the enhanced emissivity and the connection with surface waves are presented.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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