polarized scattering

polarized scattering

[′pō·lə‚rīzd ′skad·ə·riŋ]
(physical chemistry)
In a quasi-elastic light scattering experiment performed with polarizers, the type of scattering produced when the polarizers select both the incident and final polarizations perpendicular to the scattering plane.
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Based on this model, we have predicted circularly polarized scattering phenomenon realized for the perpendicular to the ds-helix axis direction.
The comparisons in Figures 6 and 7 show that the HH polarized scattering intensity is weaker than the VV polarized one, and the average scattering intensity of the VV polarized and HH polarized are listed in Table 1.
The strong increase of HH polarized scattering is obviously related to sea spikes.