single scattering

single scattering

[′siŋ·gəl ′skad·ər·iŋ]
(physics)
A change in direction of a particle or photon because of a single collision.
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The computational difference with respect to single scattering approximation is that the total scattered intensity is calculated by taking the square module of the total scattered field instead of directly summing the scattered field intensities by each particle.
If the targets satisfy the single scattering model, the bi-static far-field system can be approximately evaluated by the monostatic near-field system.
Based on this framework, formulas to calculate scattering matrices for the individual layers are derived along with the procedures to combine multiple scattering matrices into a single scattering matrix.
The synthesized composite nanoparticles have single scattering properties and quick magnetic response in the optimum conditions.
The annular geometry tool can be used for multiple annular geometry, and it also calculates, as a function of scattering angle, the ratio of double to single scattering intensity using the isotropic elastic scattering approximation.
Consequently, most theoretical approaches have treated spherulites as single scattering entities.
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By rotating the sample about a single scattering vector, stereo pairs can be produced, and 3D information is gained.
In the single scattering regime, which takes place if the sample thickness d much smaller than L, the differential cross section of the scatterers d[Sigma]([Omega])/d[Omega] may be measured.

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