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Internal, near-surface, and scattered electromagnetic fields for a layered spheroid with arbitrary illumination

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A spheroidal coordinate separation-of-variables solution has been developed for the determination of internal, near-surface, and scattered electromagnetic fields of a layered spheroid (either prolate or oblate) with arbitrary monochromatic illumination (e.g., plane wave or focused Gaussian beam). Calculated results are presented for layered 2:1 axis ratio prolate and oblate spheroids with an equivalent sphere size parameter of 20.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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