Abstract

The effects of the individual scattering process on the formations of both the particle hologram and its corresponding reconstructed three-dimensional particle image are investigated using the Debye series. A particle hologram model using the Debye series decomposes the object wave into different scattering modes and thus permits evaluating the effects of the individual scattering process [diffraction, reflection, transmission, refractions with (p1) internal reflections] on the particle holography quantitatively. In the Gabor inline holography of a transparent droplet, the transmission light causes small discrepancies between the hologram fringes of an opaque particle (diffraction) and a transparent particle near the zero point of the Bessel-like modulation function, eventually giving rise to the glory spot in the center of the reconstructed dark particle image. For off-axis holography, this paper reveals the effects of reflection, particularly total reflection by bubbles, transmission, and refractions with (p1) internal reflections of the scattered light on the formation and the reconstructed glory spot images of typical forward and backward off-axis holography.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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