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Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Date: 02 Sep, 2015
From: Sahar <Sahar >

Hello guys . I have a question about transmission at an optical surface. My surface is “ground front painted” which is a lambertian reflector. My material is dielectric – dielectric . The absorption length is 100 cm for my CsI scintillator. Is there a way I can calculate the transmission probability of the incident particles (i.e. the optical photons) ?
I've checked every thing but all of the photons will be absorbed or reflected.
Any idea will be highly appreciated
Thanks

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