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First-order vector theory of bulk scattering in optical multilayers

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Abstract

We present a simple method to calculate the angular scattering that is due to bulk inhomogeneities in an optical multilayer. We obtain formulas that are in the same form as those obtained for the roughness scattering.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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