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Related to scattering: Rutherford scattering, Scattering cross section, Scattering of Light, Neutron scattering, Mie scattering
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and scattering the rest of the water indiscriminately over the floor, she hurried Mary into the committee-room.
Were I not a really good puzzle, there would be no object in my scattering myself.
In front lay a scattering of bright metallic fragments.
AN ABERYSTWYTH family have spoken of their grief after a man scattering his sister's ashes in Cornwall was washed out to sea.
Since 2008, we have paid more attention to the environmentally friendly material "barium sulfate," and have continually launched several grades of functional barium sulfate to be used in different kinds of plastics for different functions, especially in the LED industry for light scattering.
A white paper titled, "Static Light Scattering Technologies for GPC/SEC Explained," available from the company, is said to be a valuable guide for anyone assessing the value of a light scattering detector for gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC).
Malvern Instruments has published 'Static Light Scattering Technologies For GPC/SEC Explained', a guide for those assessing the value of a light scattering detector for gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC).
This reference for high-pressure scientists and engineers describes techniques for neutron scattering beyond 10 GPa, with an emphasis on methods which have became available since the early 1990s.
com)-- Robert John, owner of Ashes to the Winds of Sedona, knows a lot about scattering ashes, because he does it for a living.
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Much research in recent years has focused on correcting for scattering, mostly for medical applications.
First, a significant number of studies are inclined to describe "dependent" and "multiple" scattering of light as distinct phenomena.