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Coupled Dipole Method With an Exact Long-Wavelength Limit and Improved Accuracy at Finite Frequencies

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Author(s)

A Rahmani, P C. Chaumet, G C. Bryant

Abstract

We present a new formulation of the coupled dipole method that accounts for local-field effects, and is exact in the long-wavelength limit. This formulation also leads to an improved accuracy of the description of light scattering processes at finite frequencies.
Citation
Optics Letters
Volume
27
Issue
No. 23

Keywords

CDM, coupled dipole method, DDA, local-field effects, scattering

Citation

Rahmani, A. , Chaumet, P. and Bryant, G. (2002), Coupled Dipole Method With an Exact Long-Wavelength Limit and Improved Accuracy at Finite Frequencies, Optics Letters (Accessed June 20, 2024)

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Created December 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017