1992 年 7 巻 4 号 p. 333-338
Light scattering by small fiber was investigated experimentally and numerically by varying the refractive index or radius of fiber. The fiber used was made of silica glass and coated with polycarbonate film. An Ar-Kr gas laser was used as light source. The intensity of scattered light was measured by a spectroscope with a multichannel photodiode detector. The intensities of light scattered from stratified fiber or unstratified one were measured with changing scattering angle and wavelength. The experimental results agreed with theoretical estimation.