scattering power

scattering power

[′skad·ə·riŋ ‚pau̇·ər]
(nuclear physics)
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POLSAR image analysis of wetlands using a modified four-component scattering power decomposition," IEEE Trans.
Depending on the sample and the instrument model, the direct tracking of particles is possible in a size range starting at 10 nm for gold nanoparticles and correspondingly higher for particles with less scattering power.
Objective: Phase contrast and scattering-based (dark-field) X-ray imaging can potentially revolutionize the radiological approach to medical imaging because they are intrinsically capable of detecting subtle differences in the electron density of a material and of measuring the effective integrated local small-angle scattering power generated by the microscopic density fluctuations in the specimen.
Four-component scattering power decomposition with rotation of coherency matrix," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Vol.
In the process of initial categorization according to the dominant scattering power, we adopt the four-component decomposition with deorientation instead of three-component decomposition for better characterizing BAs;
In this work, further information about the progress of the crystallization process was obtained taking into account the evolution of the long period, L, scattering power, Q, and degree of crystallinity, [X.
The higher scattering power of engineered pigments enables greater substitution.
Q, the scattering power of the specimen along the machine direction is calculated as:
Using a measurement called scattering power, which takes into account the number of electrons per unit volume as well as the absolute size of the sample, the researches calculated that their samples were several orders of magnigtude smaller than the tiniest crystal previously observed, he says.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is warning travelers to be aware of winds gusting to 50 mph and probably scattering power lines and tree limbs on road surfaces.
21] used a more precise scheme to partition the scattering category by introducing the scattering power entropy and anisotropy.