Abstract

The methods of geometric optics are used to obtain the irradiance and spectral distribution of light scattered by fluctuations in an inhomogeneous fluid. The optical properties of the fluid are assumed to be described by a local dielectric constant that varies monotonically in one direction.

© 1972 Optical Society of America

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