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Hence, wave optics is indispensable for understanding the radiation pressure exerted on the small particle. Ê. Sasaki and Ç. Misawa 26 According to the Layleigh scattering theory, a particle whose diameter is much smaller than the wavelength works as a single electric dipole. The dipole experiences the Lorenz's force exerted by the optical electromagnetic field. This force corresponds to the radiation pressure, which can be theoretically expressed as F = l a V E 2 + a^(ExB), Æ óé (2) where Å and  are electric field and magnetic flux density, respectively, and Ä represents a gradient with respect to the spatial coordinates, á is a polarizability of a particle, which is given by ( n p / n m) 2 - l ( n p/ n m) 2 + 2 ' (3) where r is a radius of a particle.

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It is noted, interestingly, that our present approaches of "Optical Harmony of Microparticles in Solution" has been awarded by the Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton Science Foundation (LVMH) for "science for art" in 1993. The optical methods have certainly opened new fields of both science, industry, and art. ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to express their sincere thanks to Mr. M. Koshioka for his intimate collaborations and discussion. 48 Í . Kitamura et al. REFERENCE S 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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