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Stimulated Scattering of Intense Coherent Light

Evaporative Light Scattering Detection for Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

Interference corrections to light scattering and absorption by metal nanoparticles

Light Absorption and Scattering of Ag and Metal Nanoparticles

Applications of Packed-Column SFC Using Light-Scattering Detection

Calcification state of coccolithophores can be assessed by light scatter depolarization measurements with flow cytometry

Characterization of Nanomaterial Dispersion in Solution Prior to In Vitro Exposure Using Dynamic Light Scattering Technique

INELASTIC LIGHT SCATTERING BY LOW-LYING EXCITATIONS OF QUANTUM HALL FLUIDS

A Fourier Tool for the Analysis of Coherent Light Scattering by Bio-Optical Nanostructures1

Using light scattering measurements to study the effects of monovalent and divalent cations on alginate aggregates

A New Method for Reading CR-39 by Using Coherent Light Scattering

An Investigation into Detector Limitations Using Evaporative Light-Scattering Detectors For Pharmaceutical Applications

Formation of DNA nanoparticles in the presence of novel polyamine analogues: a laser light scattering and atomic force microscopic study

Platelet aggregation in acute coronary syndromes: use of a new aggregometer with laser light scattering to assess platelet aggregability

The role of photon scattering in shaping the light curves and spectra of γ-ray bursts

 

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A technique used for the determination of the relative molecular mass, Mr, in solution of a macromolecule whose size is large relative to the wavelength of the light used. The ...

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