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Surfaces cross-correlation in multilayers controls the polarization degree of low-level scattering

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Abstract

Statistical optics provides a direct tool to determine correlation states between interfaces of a multilayer. It is shown how this correlation controls the polarization degree of scattering. Coatings microstructure can be characterized with this procedure.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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