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  1. S. Asano, Appl. Opt. 22, 1390 (1983).
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  2. Q. Cai, K.-N. Liou, Appl. Opt. 21, 3569 (1982).
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  3. S. Asano, M. Sato, Appl. Opt. 19, 962 (1980).
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  4. K.-N. Liou, J. Atmos. Sci. 29, 524 (1972).
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  5. Equation (1) can be derived from Eq. (9) in Ref. 3 together with Eqs. (1) and (2) in Ref. 1 and the condition θ = ζ.
  6. The author wishes to thank Y. Takano (Tohoku U.) for providing the computer program of the light scattering by an infinitely long circular cylinder.

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K.-N. Liou, J. Atmos. Sci. 29, 524 (1972).
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K.-N. Liou, J. Atmos. Sci. 29, 524 (1972).
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Equation (1) can be derived from Eq. (9) in Ref. 3 together with Eqs. (1) and (2) in Ref. 1 and the condition θ = ζ.

The author wishes to thank Y. Takano (Tohoku U.) for providing the computer program of the light scattering by an infinitely long circular cylinder.

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Angular distribution of the scattered intensity for randomly oriented cylinders in a horizontal plane at the elevation angle = 60°. The model of cylinders is the same as in Fig. 8 of Ref. 4 for the wavelength λ = 0.7 μm. The un-normalized phase functions P(Θ,Φ) are shown as a function of the scattering angle Θ in different Φ-planes. Open circles represent discontinuity of the intensity distribution in the singular directions, where values of the phase functions were not calculated. The azimuthally averaged phase function is also shown by a solid line.

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tan β * = ( 1 cos θ ) cos ϵ sin θ cos Φ sin ϵ sin θ sin Φ .
P ( θ , Φ ) i 11 [ ζ ( ϵ , β * ) , ϕ ( ϵ , β * ; θ , Φ ) ] .

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