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Forum: Physics List
Date: 08 Aug, 2012
From: Stoian Borissov <Stoian Borissov>

Hi, I am trying to model light passing through water with impurities and have defined the Mie scattering lengths I would like for a range of optical photon energies and have added the to the water's material property table. However, even if I do not add the Mie scattering lengths to the materials properties table, the water seems to inherently have a scattering length of about 236 meters (experimentally calculated).

I have not been able to find where this is set and if I can change it or remove it. Any clues? Thanks

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