Mississippi State University - Department of Physics: Theoretical Optics
 
   
  Publications of Henk F. Arnoldus  
 

120.  Zhangjin Xu and Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of Modern Optics 64 (2017) 2123-2132, Energy flow of electric dipole radiation in between parallel mirrors

119.  Xin Li, Henk F. Arnoldus and Zhangjin Xu, in Vortex Dynamics (2017), Chapter 12, pages 298 - 315, invited article, Ed. Hector Pérez-de-Tejada (InTech, Croatia), ISBN: 978-953-51-2930-1, Vortices and singularities in electric dipole radiation near an interface
          http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/vortices-and-singularities-in-electric-dipole-radiation-near-an-interface

118.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Xin Li and Zhangjin Xu, Journal of Modern Optics 63 (2016) 1068-1072, The giant dipole vortex

117.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Zhangjin Xu, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 33 (2016) 882 - 886, Propagation of magnetic dipole radiation through a medium

116.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Matthew J. Berg, Journal of Modern Optics 62 (2015) 244-254, Energy transport in the near field of an electric dipole near a layer of material

115.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Franco Battaglia and Thomas F. George, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 118 (2014) 6514 - 6520, Franco Gianturco Festschrift, invited article, Photon statistics of resonance fluorescence in the limit of separated spectral lines

114.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Matthew J. Berg and Xin Li, Physics Letters A 378 (2014) 755 - 759, Transmission of electric dipole radiation through an interface

113.  Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, Physics Letters A 377 (2013) 2235-2238, Fresnel coefficients for a layer of NIM

112.  Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Communications 305 (2013) 76-81, Vortex strings in electric dipole radiation near a mirror

111.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Robertsen A. Riehle, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 30 (2013) 749-757, Theory of field attenuation in photon detection, with an application to resonance fluorescence

110.  Robertsen A. Riehle and Henk F. Arnoldus, International Scholarly Research Network, ISRN Optics, Vol. 2012, Article ID: 745871, 6 pages (2012), invited research article, Probability densities for fluorescent photons emitted by a two-state atom driven by a laser

109.  Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, International Scholarly Research Network, ISRN Optics, Vol. 2012, Article ID: 856748, 7 pages (2012), invited review article, Propagation of electric dipole radiation through a medium

108.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Robertsen A. Riehle, Physics Letter A 376 (2012) 2584-2587, Conditional probability densities for photon emission in resonance fluorescence

107.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Robertsen A. Riehle, Journal of Modern Optics 59 (2012) 1002-1015, Waiting times, probabilities and the Q factor of fluorescent photons

106.  Xin Li, Donna M. Pierce and Henk F. Arnoldus, in Electromagnetic Radiation (2012), Chapter 4, Page 79-106, invited article, Ed. Saad Osman Bashir (InTech, Croatia), ISBN:978-953-51-0639-5, Vortices in electric dipole radiation

105.  Xin Li, Donna M. Pierce and Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 28 (2011) 778-785, Damping of the dipole vortex

104.  Xin Li, Henk F. Arnoldus and Jie Shu, in Computational Studies of New Materials II: From Ultrafast Processes and Nanostructures to Optoelectronics, Energy Storage and Nanomedicine (2011), Chapter 14, 379-404, invited article, Eds. Thomas F. George, Daniel A. Jelski, Renat R. Letfullin and Guoping Zhang (World Scientific, Singapore) Nanoscale resolution in the near and far field intensity profile of optical dipole radiation

103.  Henk F. Arnoldus, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 14 (2011) 1-12, Application of the Magnetic Field Integral Equation to diffraction and reflection by a conducting sheet

102.  Xin Li, Donna M. Pierce and Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Letters 36 (2011) 349-351, Redistribution of energy flow in a material due to damping

101.  Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, Physics Letters A 374 (2010) 4479-4482, Revesal of the dipole vortex in a negative index of refraction material

100.  Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, Physical Review A 81 (2010) 053844-1-053844-10, Electric dipole radiation near a mirror

99.  Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, Physics Letters A 374 (2010) 1063-1067, Macroscopic far-field observation of the sub-wavelength near-field dipole vortex

98.  Xin Li, Jie Shu and Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Letters 34 (2009) 3595-3597, Optical vortices and singularities due to interference in atomic radiation near a mirror

97.  Xin Li (李 昕), Jie Shu (舒 婕) and Henk F. Arnoldus, Chinese Optics Letters 7 (2009) 149-151, Nanoscale displacement of the image of an atomic source of radiation

96.  Jie Shu, Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 26 (2009) 395-402, Nanoscale shift of the intensity distribution of dipole radiation

95.  Xin Li, Jie Shu and Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Letters 33 (2008) 2269-2271, Far-field detection of the dipole vortex

94.  Jie Shu, Xin Li and Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of Modern Optics 55 (2008) 2457-2471, Energy flow lines for the radiation emitted by a dipole

93.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of Modern Optics 55 (2008) 1667-1682, Current densities in an illuminated perfectly-conducting sheet

92.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Xin Li and Jie Shu, Optics Letters 33 (2008) 1446-1448, Sub-wavelength displacement of the far-field image of a radiating dipole

91.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Letters 33 (2008) 162-164, Current density in a perfect mirror

90.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 25 (2008) 930-937, Integral equation formulation for reflection by a mirror

89.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of Modern Optics 54 (2007) 45-66, Reflection off a mirror

88.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Surface Science 601 (2007) 450-459, Surface currents on a perfect conductor, induced by a magnetic dipole

87.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 23 (2006) 3063-3071, Boundary conditions in an integral approach to scattering

86.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Communications 265 (2006) 52-59, Conservation of charge at an interface

85.  John T. Foley, Renat R. Letfullin, Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 11 (2004) 149-163, The diffractive multifocal focusing effect and the phase of the optical field
Reprinted in: Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, editors, New Topics in Theoretical Physics, Horizons in World Physics, Vol. 258 (Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2007) Chapter 1, pages 1-15

84. Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Phase Conjugation in a Layer of Nonlinear Material (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., Hauppauge, New York, 2005) book, 124 pages [reprinted from: Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 10 (2003) 285-369, Phase conjugation in a layer of nonlinear material, publication 76]

83.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Surface Science 590 (2005) 101-116, Angular spectrum representation of the electromagnetic multipole fields, and their reflection at a perfect conductor

82.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Communications 252 (2005) 253-261, Vortices in multipole radiation

81.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of Modern Optics 52 (2005) 1215-1241, Evanescent waves in the magnetic field of an electric dipole

80.  Henk F. Arnoldus and John T. Foley, Optics Communications 246 (2005) 45-56, Highly-directed transmission of multipole radiation by an interface

79.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 22 (2005) 190-198, Reflection and refraction of multipole radiation by an interface

78.  John T. Foley, Renat R. Letfullin and Henk F. Arnoldus, Tribute to Emil Wolf: Science and Engineering Legacy of Physical Optics (2004) Chapter 14, 289-317, Ed. Tomasz P. Jannson (SPIE Press, Bellingham, Washington), The diffractive multifocal focusing effect

77.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Surface Science 571 (2004) 173-186, Power emitted by a multipole near an interface

76.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 10 (2003) 285-369, Phase conjugation in a layer of nonlinear material

75.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics, Vol. 132 (2004) 1-67, invited review article, Ed. Peter W. Hawkes (Elsevier Academic Press, New York), Evanescent waves in the near- and the far field

74.  Henk F. Arnoldus and John T. Foley, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 21 (2004) 1109-1117, Transmission of dipole radiation through interfaces and the phenomenon of anti-critical angles

73.  Henk F. Arnoldus and John T. Foley, Optics Communications 231 (2004) 115-128, The dipole vortex

72.  Henk F. Arnoldus and John T. Foley, Optics Letters 28 (2003) 1299-1301, Spatial separation of the traveling and evanescent parts of dipole radiation

71.  Henk F. Arnoldus and John T. Foley, Journal of Modern Optics 50 (2003) 1883-1901, Traveling and evanescent parts of the optical near field

70.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of Modern Optics 50 (2003) 755-770, Transverse and longitudinal components of the optical self-, near-, middle- and far field

69.  Henk F. Arnoldus and John T. Foley, Optics Communications 207 (2002) 7-15, Uniform asymptotic approximation of the evanescent part of the Green's tensor

68.  Henk F. Arnoldus and John T. Foley, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 19 (2002) 1701-1711, Traveling and evanescent parts of the electromagnetic Green's tensor

67.  Valeri Z. Lozovski, Yuri V. Demidenko, Sergiy V. Kriuchenko and Henk F. Arnoldus, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 9 (2002) 1-38, Spectroscopy of a molecular layer on the surface of a phase conjugator

66.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Modern Topics in Chemical Physics (2002) 149-162, invited review article, Eds. Thomas F. George, Xin Sun and Guoping Zhang (Research Signpost, Kerala, India), Nanoscale resolution of atomic and molecular radiation

65.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of the Optical Society of America B 18 (2001) 547-555, Representation of the near-field, middle-field and far-field electromagnetic Green's functions in reciprocal space

64.  Alain J. Phares and Henk F. Arnoldus, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Group Theory and Nonlinear Optics 7 (2000) 1-13, Overview of the combinatorics function technique
Reprinted in: Thomas F. George and Henk F. Arnoldus, editors, Theoretical Physics 2002, part 2, Horizons in World Physics, Vol. 243 (Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2002) Part 5, pages 229-241

63.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Optics Communications 182 (2000) 381-391, Temporal correlations between photon detections from damped single-mode radiation

62.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Surface Science 444 (2000) 221-235, Atomic linewidths and line shifts near a dielectric layer, and the limit of a semi-infinite medium

61.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Computational Studies of New Materials (1999) 351-374, invited article, Eds. Daniel A. Jelski and Thomas F. George (World Scientific, Singapore), Phase conjugation through four-wave mixing

60.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Recent Research Developments in Physical Chemistry 2 (1998) 283-294, invited review article, Ed. S. G. Pandalai (Transworld Research Network, Trivandrum, India), Theoretical studies of atom-surface spectroscopy

59.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Trends in Chemical Physics 5 (1997) 81-86, invited review article (Research Trends, Trivandrum, India), Optical properties of molecules near a phase-conjugating medium

58.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Nova Journal of Theoretical Physics 4 (1996) 261-285, Molecular electronic transitions near a dielectric or metallic medium

57.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Physical Chemistry 100 (1996) 19029-19034, Permanent electronic excitation of a molecular layer on a surface through phase conjugation

56.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of the Optical Society of America B 13 (1996) 1099-1106, Density matrix for photons in a cavity

55.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physica A 222 (1995) 330-346, Squeezing in resonance fluorescence and Schrödinger's uncertainty relation

54.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 51 (1995) 4250-4263, Theory of optical phase conjugation in Kerr media

53.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Condensed Matter News 3 (1994) 9-14, invited overview article, Optical phase conjugation

52.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Journal of Modern Optics 41 (1994) 503-516, Time evolution of radiation in a damped cavity

51.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 48 (1993) 3910-3915, Probe absorption spectrum of a laser-driven atom near a phase conjugator

50.  Thomas F. George, Henk F. Arnoldus and Chung I. Um, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 26 (1993) 128-136, Spontaneous decay near a metal surface

49.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 46 (1992) 679-681 (Brief Reports), Fluctuations and squeezing in resonance fluorescence emitted near a phase conjugator

48.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Quantum Nonlinear Phenomena 1 (1992) 95-116, Spontaneous decay of an atom near a phase conjugator

47.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Optics Communications 87 (1992) 127-133, Conditions for sub-poissonian photon statistics in phase conjugated resonance fluorescence

46.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Mathematical Physics 33 (1992) 578-583, Analytical evaluation of elastic Coulomb integrals

45.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Trends in Chemical Physics 1 (1991) 349-355, invited review article, Ed. J. Menon (Research Trends, Trivandrum, India), Phonon relaxation and line shapes of adsorbates

44.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Thomas F. George and Chung I. Um, Journal of the Korean Physical Society 24 (1991) S91-S95, Statistics of fluorescent photons emitted near a phase conjugator

43.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Modern Optics 38 (1991) 1429-1439, Spectral and temporal distribution of phase-conjugated fluorescent photons

42.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 24 (1991) 2653-2664, Resonance fluorescence spectrum of an atom near a phase conjugator

41.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 43 (1991) 6156-6161, Heisenberg approach to photon emission near a phase conjugator

40.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 43 (1991) 3675-3689, Phase-conjugated fluorescence

39.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 43 (1991) 591-592 (Brief Reports), Detection of three-photon relaxation of an atom near a phase conjugator through absorption measurements

38.  Thomas F. George and Henk F. Arnoldus, Comments on Atomic and Molecular Physics 24 (1990) 109-117, invited article, Observation of atomic relaxation near an interface through detection of emitted fluorescence

37.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Modern Optics 36 (1989) 31-51, Light scattering by a phase conjugator in the four-wave mixing configuration

36.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of the Optical Society of America B 6 (1989) 30-35, Fresnel coefficients for a phase conjugator

35.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Thomas F. George, Kai-Shue Lam, J. F. Scipione, Paul L. DeVries and Jian-Min Yuan, Laser Applications in Physical Chemistry (1989) 329-375 (chapter 8), invited contribution, Ed. D. K. Evans (Marcel Dekker, New York), Recent progress in the theory of laser-assisted collisions

34.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Surface Science 205 (1988) 617-636, Symmetries of spontaneous decay for atoms near any surface

33.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Sander van Smaalen and Thomas F. George, Lasers, Molecules and Methods, Advances in Chemical Physics 73 (1989), 679-713 (chapter 15), invited contribution, Eds. J. O. Hirschfelder, R. E. Wyatt and R. D. Coalson (Wiley, New York), Interaction of an adsorbed atom with a laser

32.  Henk F. Arnoldus, P. T. Leung and Thomas F. George, Kvantovaya Elektronika 15 (1988) 1161-1167 Приповерхностная  флуоресценция (in Russian), Translated into English in: Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics 18 (1988) 740-743, Fluorescence at a surface

31.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review B 38 (1988) 978-986, Line shape of an atom-crystal bond

30.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review Letters 60 (1988) 1487-1489, Memory-induced extra resonances of adsorbates

29.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 21 (1988) 431-446, Surface-enhanced correlations between polarised photons in resonance fluorescence

28.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 37 (1988) 770-779, Correlations between photons in resonance fluorescence, emitted by an atom near a metal surface

27.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 37 (1988) 761-769, Spontaneous decay and atomic fluorescence near a metal surface or an absorbing dielectric

26.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Mathematical Physics 28 (1987) 2731-2738, Correlation functions in finite memory-time reservoir theory

25.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Chemical Physics 87 (1987) 4263-4272, Quantum theory of atomic fluorescence near a metal surface

24.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review B 36 (1987) 2987-2995, Non-Markovian line shapes of physisorbed atoms on a crystal

23.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics 20 (1987) 2203-2216, Collisional redistribution beyond the medium-coupling limit

22.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Daniel Jelski and Thomas F. George, Journal of Mathematical Physics 28 (1987) 1069-1074, Confinement and redistribution of charges and currents on a surface by external fields

21.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review B 35 (1987) 5955-5963, Role of coherences in the relaxation of adsorbates

20.  Sander van Smaalen, Andre Peremans, Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Spectrochimica Acta 43A (1987) 201-205, Dynamics of a laser-irradiated adatom

19.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review A 35 (1987) 2080-2088, Probe absorption by an atom in a strong finite-linewidth laser field

18.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of Mathematical Physics 28 (1987) 340-346, Multiplicative stochastic processes involving the time derivative of a Markov process

17.  Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Journal of the Optical Society of America B 4 (1987) 195-200, Laser-linewidth effects on the photon-phonon conversion rate at a gas-solid interface

16.  Sander van Smaalen, Henk F. Arnoldus and Thomas F. George, Physical Review B 35 (1987) 1142-1146, Laser-heating of a transparent  crystal via adsorbed atoms

15.  Henk F. Arnoldus, Sander van Smaalen and Thomas F. George, Physical Review B 34 (1986) 6902-6911, Thermal relaxation of adsorbed atoms in an intense laser field

14.  H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics 19 (1986) 2421-2433, Atomic fluorescence in a mode-hopping laser field

13.  H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Optica Acta 33 (1986) 691-702, Photon statistics of fluorescence radiation

12.  H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics 19 (1986) 873-881, Atomic response to the Lorentz wave

11.  H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 19 (1986) 1629-1643, Initial correlations of the multiplicative process, driven by random jumps

10.  H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Optics Communications 54 (1985) 95-99, Photon statistics of atomic fluorescence, induced by a gaussian laser field

9.     H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics 18 (1985) 1109-1124, Effects of an arbitrary laser lineshape on fluorescence radiation, redistributed by collisions

8.     H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics 17 (1984) 963-977, Photon correlations between the lines in the spectrum of resonance fluorescence

7.     D. Dieks, H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Physics Letters 103A (1984) 27-31, Sub-poissonian statistics as an experimental test for the contextuality of quantum theory

6.     H. F. Arnoldus, Computer Physics Communications 33 (1984) 347-352, Numerical stabilization of recurrence relations with the vanishing solutions

5.     H. F. Arnoldus, CPC Program Library (1984), Queen's University of Belfast, N. Ireland, Catalogue number: ACCM, Subroutine CLMINT

4.     H. F. Arnoldus. Computer Physics Communications 32 (1984) 421-437, Radial electric multipole matrix elements for inelastic collisions in atomic and nuclear physics

3.     H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Optics Communications 48 (1984) 322-326, Correlated statistics of photons in the components of the fluorescence triplet

2.     H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Optica Acta 30 (1983) 1573-1585, Conditions for sub-poissonian photon statistics and squeezed states in resonance fluorescence

1.     H. F. Arnoldus and G. Nienhuis, Journal of Physics B: Atomic and Molecular Physics 16 (1983) 2325-2337, Collisional redistribution of intense phase-fluctuating radiation