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π /Im( ),
n
being the refractive index. It is important to

note that the imaginary part determines the overall phase lag or advance for a

slab of
N
particles. Similarly,
n
′ representing the absorption or the decrease in

intensity is given by

where
n

=12

(

N k

3

)

S

()

0

π / e{ }. Using these deinitions for refrac-

tive index, we can now apply this to the absorption coefficient Γ = 2
kn
′ so that

Γ(

n

′ =

(

2

Nk

3

)

S

()

0

4

π
Nk

/

2

)Re{

S

() =

0

}

C

.

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