Abstract

We made a few incorrect statements1 when we attempted to point out the differences between the case in which the external sphere contains a single inclusion and the case in which several inclusions are present. Obviously the results that we presented are in no way affected, but a full understanding of the development of the theory may be prevented, and confidence in its soundness may be spoiled.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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