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English citations of hacek coefficients and háček coefficients
- 1995, Journal of the Optical Society of America XII,
- With the derivation of the hacek (ˇ) coefficients the analogy can now be extended to the case of outgoing spherical waves reflected and transmitted by concave spherical surfaces.
- 2000, Michael I. Mishchenko, Joachim W. Hovenier, and Larry. D. Travis [eds.], Light Scattering by Nonspherical Particles: Theory, Measurements, and Applications, part III: “Compounded, Heterogenous, and Irregular Particles”, chapter 8: Kirk A. Fuller and Daniel W. Mackowski, ‘Electromagnetic Scattering by Compounded Spherical Particles’, § iii: « Scattering and Absorption of Light by Homogenous and Concentrically Stratified Spheres », subsection E: ‹ Concentrically Stratified Spheres ›,
- For incoming spherical waves, the LM coefficients of order n for the scattered and internal partial fields are the spherical wave analogs to the Fresnel coefficients for reflection and refraction of a plane wave at a planar boundary. With the derivation of the “ˇ” (háček) coefficients (Nussenzveig, 1992, Chapter 9; Fuller, 1993a, b; Mackowski and Jones, 1995), the analogy can now be extended to the case of outgoing spherical waves reflected and transmitted by concave spherical surfaces.