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Enhanced backscattering from a one-dimensional rough dielectric film on a glass substrate



Enhanced backscattering from a one-dimensional rough dielectric film on a glass substrate



Optics Letters 19(9): 604-606



We have observed the enhanced backscattering of light from a characterized dielectric film deposited upon a glass substrate when the light illuminates the rough surface from the vacuum. The vacuum-dielectric interface is one dimensional, randomly rough, while the dielectric-glass interface is approximately planar. Numerical and experimental studies reveal that the main mechanism responsible for the enhanced backscattering is the constructive interference between two waves that follow reciprocal scattering paths through the dielectric film, which is also strengthened by the multiple scattering from the rough vacuum-dielectric interface.

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Accession: 052982267

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DOI: 10.1364/OL.19.000604


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