Anomalous Diffraction Effects in the Sizing of solid particles in liquids

@article{Brown1991AnomalousDE,
  title={Anomalous Diffraction Effects in the Sizing of solid particles in liquids},
  author={D. Brown and K. Alexander and J. Cao},
  journal={Particle & Particle Systems Characterization},
  year={1991},
  volume={8},
  pages={175-178}
}
A study has been made of anomalous diffraction effects in the sizing of solid particles in liquids using a Malvern laser diffraction sizer. The particles were N.B.S. standard reference material 1004 glass spheres. The five liquids used were chosen to give a range of refractive index (R.I.) above and below that of the glass; the ratio of solid R.I. to liquid R.I. (m) ranged from 0.92 to 1.15. Measurements were made of the change in the light energy distribution pattern as the value of | m − 1… Expand
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