Chaos and Quantum Chaos: Proceedings of the Eighth Chris Engelbrecht Summer School on Theoretical Physics, Held at Blydepoort, Eastern Transvaal, South Africa, 13-24 January 1992
This book covers both experimental and theoretical aspects of nanoscale light scattering and surface roughness. Topics include: spherical particles located on a substrate; surface and buried interface roughness; surface roughness of polymer thin films; magnetic and thermal fluctuations at planar surfaces; speckle patterns; scattering of electromagnetic waves from a metal; multiple wavelength light scattering; nanoroughness standards.
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