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Angular phase measurements of polarized scattering from arbitrary surfaces and bulks

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Abstract

Angular polarimetric phase measurements are recorded from scattering samples in the far field. The data allow to separate surface and bulk effects, and provide new information to reconstruct the topography of random samples.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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