Precise weak localization experiments reveal recurrent light scattering in random structures
With a new measurement technique an accurate analysis of coherent backscattering is performed. The functional dependence of the enhancement factor on the scattering strength is determined. It is found that the enhancement factor falls below 2.00 at strong scattering and this is interpreted as the first experimental manifestation of recurrent scattering of light in disordered media.
|Editor||B. Arbesser-Rastburg , M. Borgeaud , S. Buonomo , J. Belshaw , J. Matagne , J. Noll|
Wiersma, D. S, van Albada, M. P, & Lagendijk, A. (1994). Precise weak localization experiments reveal recurrent light scattering in random structures. In B Arbesser-Rastburg, M Borgeaud, S Buonomo, J Belshaw, J Matagne, & J Noll (Eds.), PIERS 1994 : Proceedings of the 1994 Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium, European Space Agency, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, July 11-15, 1994. Kluwer.