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Certification of SRM1960: Nominal 10 μm Diameter Polystyrene Spheres (“Space Beads”)
Experimental, theoretical, and calculational details are presented for the three independent micrometrology techniques used to certify the mean diameter of Standard Reference Materisd 1960, nominalExpand
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Regimes of surface roughness measurable with light scattering.
In this paper we summarize a number of previous experiments on the measurement of the roughness of metallic surfaces by light scattering. We identify several regimes that permit measurement ofExpand
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Sinusoidal surfaces as standards for BRDF instruments
This study of light scattered by sinusoidal surfaces shows that such a configuration can be used as a material standard to help calibrate instruments that measure the BRDF of arbitrary surfaces.Expand
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Autocorrelation functions from optical scattering for one-dimensionally rough surfaces.
The relationship between the height autocorrelation function of a one-dimensionally rough surface and the Fourier transform of the intensity distribution of the light scattered by that surface isExpand
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Light scattering from glossy coatings on paper.
The application of angle-resolved light scattering (ARLS) to the measurement of the surface roughness of glossy coatings on paper was investigated. To this end, ARLS patterns were measured for laserExpand
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Development of a one-micrometer-diameter particle size Standard Reference Material
Accepted: October 11, 1984 The average diameter of the first micrometer particle size standard (Standard Reference Material 1690), an aqueous suspension of monosized polystyrene spheres with aExpand
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Dimensional calibration of the NBS 0.3-μm-diameter particle-sizing standard
Abstract This article summarizes the procedures used at the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) in the certification of SRM 1691, a new submicrometer particle-sizing Standard Reference Material. TheExpand
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Observation of sharp resonances in the spontaneous Raman spectrum of a single optically levitated microdroplet
Abstract Sharp resonances have been observed in the spontaneous Raman spectra of single, optically levitated microdroplets. The droplets, 10 to 35 μm in diameter, were suspended by a CW argon laserExpand
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Light-scattering measurement of the rms slopes of rough surfaces.
Angle-resolved light scattering (ARLS) is used to estimate the root-mean-square (rms) slopes of rough surfaces having a well-defined lay, and the effect on slope measurements caused by changing theExpand
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Characterization of single levitated droplets by Raman spectroscopy
Donnees sur l'utilisation de spectroscopie Raman pour la caracterisation chimique de gouttelettes isolees des aerosols. Cas des gouttelettes de phtalate de dioctyle, de 10 a 35 μm de diametre, misesExpand
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