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Question Definition of a "perfect absorber" ? 

Forum: Geometry
Date: 29 Jan, 2010
From: Peter T. <Peter T.>


I am looking for a way to define a Material, that behaves like a "perfect absorber". By that I mean that all incident particles should be "swallowed" and no scattering should take place.

Any suggestions are very much appreciated!

Thanks Peter

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1 Idea: Re: Definition of a   (Juan - 29 Jan, 2010)
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