Imaginary part of the scattered wave
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Tue, 19 Feb 2019 22:49:01 +0000Thierry Christian
Thanks for your help! That will help me a lot
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http://ddscat.wikidot.com/forum/t-10353795#post-4158676Re: Imaginary part of the scattered wave
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Tue, 19 Feb 2019 21:38:23 +0000draine87618
DDSCAT does calculate the full complex scattering amplitude matrix. The output files of the form wxxxryyykzzz.fml give the real and imaginary parts of the 4 complex scattering matrix elements f_{ml} defined in Eq. (68) of the UserGuide. See, for example, file w000r000k000.fml for the RCTGLPRSM example problem. For arbitrary incident polarization you can calculate the full scattered wave using Eq. (68).
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http://ddscat.wikidot.com/forum/t-10353795#post-4158647Imaginary part of the scattered wave
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Tue, 19 Feb 2019 20:49:52 +0000Thierry Christian
Hello! Please i need to know if it is possible to have the imaginary part of the scattered wave with DDSCAT. Please if it is possible how can i have it. thanks for your help
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