Tables of scattering functions for heterodisperse systems

by Arthur F. Stevenson

Publisher: Wayne State University Press in Detroit

Written in English
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  • Dispersion.,
  • Particle size determination.,
  • Light -- Scattering.

Edition Notes

Statement[by] Arthur F. Stevenson & Wilfried Heller.
ContributionsHeller, Wilfried, 1903-
LC ClassificationsQC431 .S75
The Physical Object
Pagination214 p.
Number of Pages214
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5821951M
LC Control Number61008315

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Fortran programs were developed to compute light scattering functions for heterodisperse systems that can be described by a biparametric, uni-modal, exponential distribution function.

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All the numerical data necessary for practical. The angular position of scattering maxima and minima in the radiation diagram of nonabsorbing colloidal spheres is calculated for (m—1)→0 and for m=, by using in the former case the Rayleigh‐Gans approximation and in the latter the exact Mie scattering functions.

By means of empirical equations based upon the discrepancies between the Rayleigh‐Gans data and the Mie data. How- ever, in heterodisperse systems the observed scattering is the sum of con- tributions by particles covering a range of sizes, so the prominent periodi- cities of the monodisperse envelope are broadened and diminished to an extent which depends upon the breadth and shape of the particle-size dis.

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