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By Michael Tabor

Offers the more recent box of chaos in nonlinear dynamics as a traditional extension of classical mechanics as handled by way of differential equations. Employs Hamiltonian structures because the hyperlink among classical and nonlinear dynamics, emphasizing the concept that of integrability. additionally discusses nonintegrable dynamics, the basic KAM theorem, integrable partial differential equations, and soliton dynamics.

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Airy's theory predicts not only one intensity maximum in the rainbow region but several maxima with decreasing intensity, called supernumerary rainbow maxima. These maxima can be explained by the interference of rays of order two, which leave the droplet at the same scattering angle, but have 46 1. Theory different optical paths. This corresponds with observations of the far-field of the scattered light. The far-field of the scattered light can be obtained on a screen as described in the next section, or by using a lens with the screen in its focal plane (104].

27 and described above. The sides of the scattering angle define the scattering plane, which contains the center of the droplet and coincides with the plane of drawing in Fig. 27. The incident light is polarized perpendicular to the scattering plane. The observed intensity distribution is not homogeneous. A photo of the screen is shown in Fig. 5 nm comes from the right hand side. A monodisperse stream of droplets crosses the laser beam approximately in the center of the picture, where the bright spot can be seen.

32. 44° is presented as a function of the imaginary part k of the complex refractive index. The intensities are normalized with the intensity Ima x obtained without absorption for the same angle. The angle chosen in the forward hemisphere corresponds to an intensity maximum of the regular fringe system. The angle chosen in the backward hemisphere corresponds to the absolute maximum in the region of the first rainbow. It has been found, t hat the angular position of these maxima are practically independent of absorption as long as the maxima are not damped out .

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