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  IRIS software features
For a given scattering angle it calculates the Mie scattered intensity(1) which depends on the droplet diameter, wavelength of light and the complex refractive indices(2) of the droplet and surrounding medium.
The Mie functions for each scattered polarised light component are averaged to ultimately present a simulation as would be seen by eye or camera without a polarising filter.
In contrast to rigorous Mie theory, colour representation involves empiricism and approximations and its perception is to a greater or lesser extent subjective.
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 Gustav Mie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gustav Mie (September 29, 1869 Rostock – February 13, 1957 Freiburg im Breisgau) was a German physicist.
Its theoretical foundation is the scattering created by spherical metal particles which can be solved with formal rigor, and is today called Mie scattering.
A crater on Mars was named in his honor.
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 Gustav Mie Information
Gustav Mie (September 29,1869 Rostock – February 13,1957 Freiburg im Breisgau) was a German physicist.
Its theoretical foundation is the scattering created by spherical metal particles which can be solved with formal rigor, and is today called Mie scattering.
A crater on Mars was named in his honor.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Gustav_Mie   (112 words)

  
 Mie theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mie solution is named after its developer German physicist Gustav Mie.
Mie theory is not a correct name because it is not a theory per se, rather Mie solution to Maxwell's equations should be used.
Mie solution is also important for understanding the appearance of common materials like milk, biological tissue and latex paint.
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 The combination of de Broglie's Harmony of the Phases and Mie's theory of gravity results in a Principle of Equivalence ...
In 1912-1913 Gustav Mie published his "Grundlagen einer Theorie der Materie" in a series of three papers in Ännalen der Physik"[1],[2],[3].
Mie concluded that movements of matter influenced gravitational and inertial mass.
Mie didn't come up with an alternative principle of equivalence and he wasn't able to develop his theory any further.
home.tiscali.nl /physis/deHaasPapers/MieBroglie/MieBroglie.html   (4579 words)

  
 Gustav Mie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Mie studierte 1886 Chemie, Mathematik, Physik, Geologie und Mineralogie an den Universitäten Rostock und Heidelberg.
Nach kurzer Tätigkeit an einer Dresdner Privatschule ging Mie als Assistent an die TH Karlsruhe, an der er sich 1897 für theoretische Physik habilitierte.
In Halle betätigte sich Mie vor allem als Experimentalphysiker, er untersuchte die Bewegung der Moleküle in Lösungen und Elektrolyten sowie die Molekülstruktur hochpolymerer Substanzen.
www.catalogus-professorum-halensis.de /miegustav.html   (249 words)

  
 Chromoskedasic Painting
In 1908 Gustav Mie first described this scattering process in mathematical terms.
Particle formation in a complex, modern photographic emulsion is very different from the ideal conditions that Mie assumed Chromoskedasic paintings consist of silver particles that vary greatly in shape and size.
Using electron microscopy, Donald L. Black of the Photoscience Research Division at Eastman Kodak in Rochester, N.Y. confirmed that regions of a particular color in a chromoskedasic painting contain silver particles that are relatively uniform in size.
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 In situ small particle diagnostics - Patent 4679939
The terms "Reyleigh scattering" and "Mie scattering" are commonly used in the diagnosis of particles residing in well-defined size and property classes.
The beamsplitter outputs 146 and 148 represent the orthogonally polarized components of the scattering energy portion 124, that is, the components which are parallel to the scattering plane and perpendicular to the scattering plane.
According to the theory of scattering as defined by Gustav Mie, and others, as the size of the particles causing the scattering decreases below the wavelength of the incident light, the scattered light component which is parallel to the scattering plane will diminish in amplitude when observed at a 90.degree.
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 Light scattering apparatus and method for determining radiation exposure to plastic detectors - Patent 6476910
Equations developed by Gustav Mie describe light scattering for particles of a size comparable to the wavelength of the light.
Mie scattering is utilized within the present invention for quantifying voids (pits) within the material of the track etch foils.
The Raleigh and Mie equations are then used to correlate scattering angle with pit size which is related to the energy distribution of the radiation exposure which created the pits within the track foil.
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 Amazon.com: "Gustav Mie": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Gustav Mie advocated a strong view on this question.
Gustav Mie, in his Habilitationsschrift for mathematical physics at the technical institute in Karlsruhe, developed the energy current as a necessary consequence...
Gustav Mie (1908) is generally given credit for the development of the modern theory of light scattering from a sphere of arbitrary...
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 Mie Theory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The scattering of light from a spherical object has been dealt with by many investigators since the time Gustav Mie worked out the general theory.
The formal solution by Mie assumed that the object is composed of a homogeneous, isotropic and optically linear material irradiated by an infinitely extending plane wave.
The formal solution of Mie can be extended to include any laser beam mode.
unr.edu /homepage/daved/nmsu/mietheory.html   (770 words)

  
 NANOHUB.ORG - Nanosphere Optics Lab   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Nanosphere Optics Lab uses Mie theory to calculate the absorption, scattering, and extinction spectra of spherical nanoparticles.
The formal solution to this problem was first given by Gustav Mie in 1908 and is now known as Mie theory.
The Nanosphere Optics Tool uses Mie theory calculate the absorption, scattering, and extinction, which is the sum of absorption and scattering, for a spherical particle of given radius and dielectric constant.
www.nanohub.org /simulation_tools/nsoptics_tool_information   (398 words)

  
 PhotoNotes.org Dictionary - Rayleigh scattering   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
This is Mie scattering, which accounts for why the sky around the sun is white.
Mie scattering also explains why clouds and mist are white.
Mie scattering is named after German physicist Gustav Mie (1868-1957).
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 Gustav Adolf Muller ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Gustav Adolf Muller, Portrait of Jacob van Schuppen, painter, 18th century
Gustav Adolf Muller, Louise Elisabeth VigeÈ Le Brun de l"AcadÈmie Royale de Peinture, 18th century
Gustav Grunewald, The Niagra River at the Cataract, ca.
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 Gustav Mie - Wikipedia
Mie war Professor an verschiedenen deutschen Hochschulen, zuletzt in Freiburg.
Nach Mie ist heute ein Einschlagkrater auf dem Mars benannt, und auch ein Gebäude der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg trägt seinen Namen.
Gustav Mie - Biographische Informationen aus dem Onlinelexikon hallischer Gelehrter.
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 Lone Immortal
Rayleigh scattering refers to the scattering of light off of the molecules of the air, and can be extended to scattering from particles up to about a tenth of the wavelength of the light.
For particle sizes larger than a wavelength, Mie scattering predominates and it is not strongly wavelength dependent.
Mie scattering, also populalrly known as, Mie theory provides rigorous solutions for light scattering by an isotropic sphere embedded in a homogeneous medium.
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 lmn
This type of plate boundary occurs in a divergence zone, which is a site where two plates are being pulled apart and new oceanic lithosphere is being created.
Mie Scattering - Processes by which particles of similar size and electrical characteristics separate or disperse different wavelengths (read colors) of light.
Notice also that the redness of sunsets increases at the amount of atmospheric particles between you and the sun increase, that is as the sun "goes down" mie scattering increases as the amount of particles between you and the sun increases.
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 ECE 532, 3. Optical Properties   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Mie theory describes the scattering of light by particles.
Gustav Mie in 1908 published a solution to the problem of light scattering by homogeneous spherical particles of any size.
A Mie theory calculation will yield the efficiency of scattering which relates the cross-sectional area of scattering,
omlc.ogi.edu /classroom/ece532/class3/mie.html   (258 words)

  
 Re: Why can't we see through a fog ?
In fact, "smoke" can be made up of so many different things I think I'll just stick to general theory, and leave the detailed calculations to you!) In 1906 a gentleman named Gustav Mie published a theory about the scattering of light by transparent spheres.
"Mie Scattering" is accepted as the reason clouds and fog appear white in color.
Basically, the droplets of water in a cloud (or fog) are much greater in size than the wavelength of incident light rays.
www.madsci.org /posts/archives/sep99/937762866.Ph.r.html   (814 words)

  
 Gustav Grunewald ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Gustav Kampmann, Steigende Nebel (Rising Mists), 19th - 20th century
Gustav Klimt, Study for Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer, early 20th century
Gustav Kr¸l, Portrait of Rutherford B. Hayes - President of the United States - p.209 Harper"s Weekly 17 March 1877, 19th - 20th century
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 Nanoparticles in Austin
The colored glass used already by the ancient Romans or the fantastically colored glass of the church windows from the Middle Ages owe their color to finely dispersed silver, copper, or gold particles embedded by special fabrication procedures into the glass.
The physics was first explained by Gustav Mie at the beginning of the last century, when he developed the electrodynamic treatment and the theory describing the optical properties of small metal particles.
Today these features are exploited to create nano sized devices (sensors, switches and modulators) with optical signatures that are tunable and can measure changes in their environment.
www.ph.utexas.edu /~laser/info/background.html   (727 words)

  
 Fog, Tyndall Effect, Headlamps   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The explanation was done by Gustav Mie in 1908.
So the scattering of light by particles larger than the wavelength of the light is called "Mie scattering." The scattering of light off particles smaller than the wavelength is called "Rayleigh scattering." Physicists have obtained an understanding of the scattering of all sorts of things off all sorts of things.
For example, the scattering of radio waves, gamma rays, electrons, protons, etc. And the sizes range from electrons to mountains.
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 Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
In 1908, Gustav Mie developed a rigorous method to calculate the intensity of light scattered by uniform spheres.
Although Mie's solution was precise, it involved a huge number of calculations and was rarely used until about 20 years ago when supercomputers became available for scientific research.
Although Mie theory is not necessary for simulations of rainbows, Mie theory comes into its own for simulations of glories as shown in Fig.
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 RReDC Glossary of Solar Radiation Resource Terms
A microclimate region is defined by changes in behavior of the atmosphere's surface boundary layer and not by obvious physical features.
Mie Scattering - the scattering of solar radiation by (mathematically spherical) particles in the atmosphere which have an approximate size of the wavelength of light, analyzed by Gustav Mie.
While Rayleigh scattering explains the blue sky, Mie scattering explains why wet, coastal skies are whiter than dry, mountainous skies.
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 Mie Theory
The scattering of light from a spherical object has been dealt with by many investigators since the time Gustav Mie worked out the general theory.
The formal solution by Mie assumed that the object is composed of a homogeneous, isotropic and optically linear material irradiated by an infinitely extending plane wave.
The formal solution of Mie can be extended to include any laser beam mode.
wolfweb.unr.edu /homepage/daved/nmsu/mietheory.html   (770 words)

  
 Gustav Mahler - Musikwochen settimane musicali music weeks Toblach Dobbiaco Hochpustertal Alta Pusteria Dolomiten ...
Questa volta non ho soltanto cambiato il posto, ma dovrò cambiare tutte le mie abitudini.
Purtroppo anche le mie vacanze stanno terminando e mi trovo nella brutta situazione – come sempre – di dover lasciare, ancora, senza fiato, le mie carte per tornare in città, al lavoro.
(I brani sono tratti da volumi Gustav Mahler Briefe, a cura di Alma Mahler, Vienna 1924; Alma Mahler, Gustav Mahler, Erinnerungen und Briefe, Amsterdam 1940, e da „Neue Zeitschrift für Musik“, 1974 IX).
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 Jens Nöckel's Research
An important and well-known example is the ideal dielectric sphere, for which the solution procedure (in the context of light scattering) was found by the German physicist Gustav Mie, then at the University of Greifswald (1908).
The problem is solvable because the spherical surface coincides with an iso-surface of the spherical coordinate system, and the boundary conditions are rotationally invariant as well.
In contrast to the Mie problem, the boundaries here are not contour surfaces of any single orthogonal coordinate system.
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 Turbidity Units of Measure
Around 1500, Leonardo da Vinci originally speculated the color of the sky was due to light scattering off of water particles in the air.
It was not until the late 1800's that scientific work by John Tyndall and John Strutt 3rd Baron Rayleigh (Lord Rayleigh), and later work by Gustav Mie, has extended our understanding of the phenomena.
Today Rayliegh Scatter and Mie Scatter are the two basic theories used to express electromagnetic light interaction with particulate.
www.optek.com /Turbidity_Measurement_Units.asp   (481 words)

  
 Gustav Mie - Wikipédia
Gustav Mie est un physicien allemand né le 29 septembre 1869 à Rostock et décédé le 13 février 1957 à Fribourg.
Il est surtout connu grâce à la théorie qui porte son nom (théorie de Mie, également connue sous le nom de théorie de Lorenz-Mie), et qui permet de décrire l'interaction de la lumière avec une particule sphérique.
Pedro Lilienfeld, Gustav Mie: the person, Applied Optics 30(33), pp.
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 Silicon's Role in Photonics Recast   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
While there is no inherent gain in the system, the incident light rays resonate with the nanowire cross-section at a particular combination of wavelength of light and nanowire diameter, in somewhat the same manner that a guitar string would resonate with a tuning fork.
The physics is not entirely new: The well-known theory for scattering from small spherical particles was first published by the German physicist Gustav Mie in 1908.
But the findings open the way for new photonic and optical-based chemical sensing applications involving silicon and other semiconducting or insulating nanowires produced by bottom-up methods.
www.photonics.com /content/news/2006/June/1/82840.aspx   (638 words)

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