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Gans, R. (1912) über die Form ultramikroskopischer Goldteilchen. Annals of Physics, 342, 881-900.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/andp.19123420503

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  • TITLE: Static Laser Light Scattering Studies from Red Blood Cells

    AUTHORS: David Joseph, Amit Kumar

    KEYWORDS: Raleigh Scattering, Mie Scattering Red Blood Cells, Polar Plots, Clustering, Circularly Polarized Light, Linearly Polarized Light, Polarizer, Scattering Turn Table, Collimator Arm, Scattering Arm

    JOURNAL NAME: Optics and Photonics Journal, Vol.6 No.10, October 14, 2016

    ABSTRACT: A homemade Static Light scattering studies has been used to determine angle resolved scattered intensity for different polarization states of the incident laser light. Classical light scattering set ups are being used to study morphological aspects of scatterers using simple set ups using low power lasers. Red blood cells form rather interesting as well as a challenging system for scattering experiments. The scattering spectrometer consists of a scattering arm, a scattering turn table and collimating arm. Along with polarizers integrated in the collimating arm as well as scattering arms ensures collection of scattered flux with the required polarization state. This technique is being developed for its in vitro studies using fresh red blood cells. A brief review of the theoretical models used for scattering from Red Blood Cells (RBC) has been discussed in the paper. Scattering pattern (scattering plots) as well as polar plots of scattered flux have been determined for different polarization state of the incident light. Insight into the orientation of major axis of particles can be inferred from the polar plots.