resonance scattering

resonance scattering

[′rez·ən·əns ‚skad·ə·riŋ]
(nuclear physics)
A peak in the cross section of a nucleus for elastic scattering of neutrons at energies near a resonance level, accompanied by an anomalous phase shift in the scattered neutrons.
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After ruling out all other possibilities, they determined that the dip must be from a phenomenon called cyclotron resonance scattering, which occurs when charged particles either positively charged protons or negatively charged electrons circle around in a magnetic field.
Cyclotron resonance scattering creates signatures in a star's spectrum of light and the presence of these patterns, called cyclotron lines, can provide information about the strength of the star's magnetic field, but only if the cause of the lines, whether it be protons or electrons, is known.
6 ppb were detectable using colorimetric and resonance scattering assays.
Resonance scattering should be minimal in the case of mixtures of microspheres and chromophores since scattering from the individual chromophores is negligible compared to scattering from the microspheres.
The relationship between resonance scattering intensity and the size of Au particles.
Resonance scattering (RS) spectral analysis can rapidly analyze nanogram concentrations of proteins (16-20).
Resonance scattering spectroscopy of gold nanoparticle.
Relationship between resonance scattering and resonance absorbance of gold nanoparticles.

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