Light scattering by viral suspensions

@inproceedings{Balch2000LightSB,
  title={Light scattering by viral suspensions},
  author={William M. Balch and James Vaughn and James F. Novotny and David T. Drapeau and Robert D. Vaillancourt and Janeen Lapierre and Amanda Ashe},
  year={2000}
}
Viruses represent one of the most abundant, ocean-borne particle types and have significant potential for affecting optical backscattering. Experiments addressing the light-scattering properties of viruses have heretofore not been conducted. Here we report the results of laboratory experiments in which the volume-scattering functions of several bacterial viruses (bacteriophages) were measured at varying concentrations with a laser light-scattering photometer using a He-Ne and/or Argon ion laser… CONTINUE READING

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