structure resonance

structure resonance

[′strək·chər ‚rez·ən·əns]
(spectroscopy)
An extremely narrow resonance exhibited by a small aerosol particle at a natural electromagnetic frequency at which the dielectric sphere oscillates, observed in the particle's scattered light excitation spectrum.
References in periodicals archive ?
It is clear from Figure 5 that the presence of GP slot reduces the structure resonance frequency by more than 50% (from 3.68 GHz to 1.77 GHz).
and Zupancic, P.: 2010, Microtremor study of site effects and soil structure resonance in the city of Ljubljana (central Slovenia).

Full browser ?