Abstract

Scattering and transmission experiments have been performed with fogs of varying densities. The sources used were cocollimated, polarized, equal intensity beams from a He–Ne laser and a filtered xenon lamp. Comparisons reveal no significant difference. The results agree with Mie theory.

© 1967 Optical Society of America

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