Abstract

The methods used recently to obtain analytic inversion formulas for inversion of multispectral extinction data on scattering by spheres in the anomalous diffraction approximation are extended to the case of scattering by a polydispersion of parallel cylinders at normal incidence in the same approximation. It is shown that a one-parameter family of inversion formulas exists in this case.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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