Amplification of enchanced backscattering from a dye-doped polymer bounded by a rough surface

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We report the experimental study of the enhanced backscattering from a random rough surface through a laser dye-doped polymer. The sample is a slice of pyrromethene-doped polymer coupled with a two-dimensional rough gold layer with a large slope. When the sample is illuminated with an s-polarized He–Ne laser and pumped by a cw argon-ion laser, amplified backscattering is observed. The enhanced backscattering peak increases sharply and its width narrows for a sample with low dielectric constant |∊2|.
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Gu, Z
Peng, Gang-Ding
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2000
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UNSW Faculty