Development of a one-micrometer-diameter particle size Standard Reference Material

@article{Mulholland1985DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a one-micrometer-diameter particle size Standard Reference Material},
  author={G. Mulholland and A. W. Hartman and G. Hembree and E. Marx and T. Lettieri},
  journal={Journal of research of the National Bureau of Standards},
  year={1985},
  volume={90},
  pages={3}
}
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 a nominal gum diameter, was accurately determined by three independent techniques. In one technique the intensity of light scattered by a diluted suspension of polystyrene spheres was measured as a function of scattering angle, using a He-Ne laser polarized in the vertical direction. The second technique… Expand
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