angular distribution

angular distribution

[′an·gyə·lər dis·trə′byü·shən]
(nucleonics)
The distribution in angle, relative to an experimentally specified direction, of the intensity of photons or particles resulting from a nuclear or extranuclear process.
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The peaks in the angular distribution of scattered neutrons can be converted to distances at the nanometre scale.
The angular distribution of backscattered light intensity was approximated by Gaussian distribution, and its standard deviation was used for the surface roughness analyses.
where [PSI](f) is the one-dimensional (frequency) spectrum and G(f, [theta]) is the angular distribution function which becomes 1 for the integration from 0 to 2[pi].
To that end, we assume single-polarized uniform angular distribution with a coherence distance of [lambda]/2 [1].
In this paper, we derive a closed-form expression for the SCF of a 3-D antenna array under a uniform angular distribution for both AOA and EOA.
To this effect, the angular distribution of light recorded on directions close to specular reflection is converted into spatial distribution and is recorded as an image.
Among specific topics are the angular distribution and ion time of flight produced on a silicon target by laser irradiation, the high-intensity ablation of titanium targets, and the effect of argon ambient gas pressure on plume expansion dynamics.
difference in angular distribution of any sputtered component, and
Analysis of the angular distribution of the intensity of diffuse scattering of the x-rays provides information on the shape, dimensions and special correlation of the quantum dots in a multilayer system.
Sources were characterized based on dose rate, gamma-ray emission rate, angular distribution and spectral shape.
An international team of astronomers made the discovery analyzing data from the MIMI's LEMMS sensor, which measures the energy and angular distribution of charged particles in the magnetic bubble that surrounds Saturn.
The measured angular distribution of the spectrally integrated luminous intensity for both the two solid-state lamps is depicted in Fig.