Remarkable Predictive Power of the Modified Long Wavelength Approximation

@article{Rasskazov2021RemarkablePP,
  title={Remarkable Predictive Power of the Modified Long Wavelength Approximation},
  author={Ilia L. Rasskazov and Vadim I. Zakomirnyi and Anton D Utyushev and Paul Scott Carney and Alexander Moroz},
  journal={Journal of Physical Chemistry C},
  year={2021},
  volume={125},
  pages={1963-1971}
}
The modified long-wavelength approximation (MLWA), a next order approximation beyond the Rayleigh limit, has been applied usually only to the dipole l = 1 contribution and for the range of size par... 
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