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Scattering theory of waves and particles

Roger G. Newton

Scattering theory of waves and particles

by Roger G. Newton

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Scattering (Physics)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 634-664.

    Statement[by] Roger G. Newton.
    SeriesInternational series in pure and applied physics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC721 .N4755
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 681 p.
    Number of Pages681
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5953133M
    LC Control Number65026485

      Scattering theory of waves and particles by Roger G. Newton, , Springer-Verlag edition, in English - 2nd : A modern formulation of the Mie solution to the scattering problem on a sphere can be found in many books, e.g., J. A. Stratton's Electromagnetic Theory. In this formulation, the incident plane wave, as well as the scattering field, is expanded into radiating spherical vector spherical internal field is expanded into regular vector spherical harmonics.

    Scattering of Identical Particles. As a preliminary exercise, consider the classical picture of scattering between two positively charged particles, for example \(\alpha\)- particles, viewed in the center of mass frame. If an outgoing \(\alpha\) is detected at an angle \(\theta\) to the path of ingoing \(\alpha\) #1, it could be #1 deflected through \(\theta\), or #2 deflected through \(\pi. We assume all the ingoing particles are represented by wavepackets of the same shape and size, so we should solve Schrödinger’s time-dependent equation for such a wave packet and find the probability amplitudes for outgoing waves in different directions at some later time after scattering has taken place.

    Scattering of electromagnetic waves by particles can be treated by two theoretical frameworks: Rayleigh scattering that is applicable to small, dielectric, non-absorbing spherical particles, and Mie scattering that provides a general solution to scattering independent of particle size. Mie scattering theory provide a generalized approach, has. This book's comprehensive, lucid coverage of the field makes it a valuable source for all those interested in light-scattering theory. It is absolutely essential for researchers needing to employ light-scattering measurements, and its republication will be welcomed especially by those who have found this necessary source difficult to obtain.4/5(3).


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