Abstract

Scattering intensity functions of individual droplets of dioctyl phthalate (refractive index, 1.4830), phenyl methyl siloxane (refractive index, 1.5559), and pentaphenyl ether (refractive index, 1.6309) illuminated with 6328-A radiation from a He–Ne laser were measured over the size range from 7.5-μ to 110-μ-diam. Within the limits of experimental error the results are shown to be in good agreement with Mie theory.

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