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A NEW EXPLANATION OF THE EXTINCTION PARADOX. PART II.

DOI: 10.1615/ICHMT.2010.RAD-6.210
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Matthew J. Berg
US Army Research Laboratory, RDRL-CIE-S, Adelphi, MD ; and Mississippi State University, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Mississippi State, MS; and Kansas State University, Department of Physics, Manhattan, KS, USA

Christopher M. Sorensen
Kansas State University, Department of Physics, Manhattan, KS 66502-2601, USA

Amit Chakrabarti
Kansas State University, Department of Physics, Manhattan, KS 66502-2601, USA

Sinopsis

The work in Part I is unified here to show that the extinction paradox is a consequence of the cancellation of the incident wave within the particle. Following this, the canonical explanations are examined to reveal serious problems with them. For example, the paradox is shown to occur for small highly refractive dielectric particles, and thus is not just a large particle-size or small wavelength effect as is often stated. The traditional explanations cannot account for this behavior while the new one actually predicts it.

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