This page contains three software modules:
- A module for for calculating nonlinear light scattering patterns from spheres, using the Rayleigh Gans Debye theory, as publiches in J. Chem. Phys (2010), 132, 234702-1, PDF.
- A module for for calculating nonlinear light scattering patterns from ellipsoids, using the Rayleigh Gans Debye theory, as publiches in J. Opt. Soc. Am. B (2011), 28, 1374, PDF.
A module for Maximum Entropy analysis of spectral data according to the method published in J. Chem. Phys (2011), 135, 224701 PDF.
Screenshot of NLS-Simulate
NLS-Simulate was made to interactively predict second harmonic and sum frequency scattering patterns using the Rayleigh-Gans-Debye approximation. The controls on the left side determine simulation parameters. A detailed description of all controls is given below. Shown are the nonlinear light scattering intensities for the four allowed polarization combinations ppp, ssp, sps and pss. All intensities have been divided by R4.
Screenshot of NLS-Simulate: Ellipsoids
This program is an updated version of NLS-Simulate, which can calculate SFS patterns from ellipsoidal particles.
Maximum Entropy Method
Screenshot of the MEM routine