Abstract

Calculations for optical reflection, transmission, and attenuated-total-reflection of a two-dimensional distribution system of metal particles are carried out in two different ways; one is the usual way utilizing a fictitious plane-parallel film model and the other is the integration method of scattered waves. Both results are compared and discussed.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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