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Resonances of a dielectric sphere illuminated by two counterpropagating plane waves

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We consider the scattering of light by a spherical particle illuminated by two counterpropagating plane waves. Destructive and constructive interference of the two incident fields modifies the resonance contribution to the scattered and internal fields. The resonance contribution can vary between zero and twice the value of that associated with ordinary Mie scattering; the amount of the contribution is a function of the relative phase between the two beams.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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