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- Author(s)I. L. Fabelinskii
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication08/07/2012
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note43 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight941 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine33 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1968
- Table Of ContentsI. Theory of Molecular Light Scattering in Condensed Isotropic Media and Gases.- 1. Thermodynamic Theory.- Calculation of the intensity of scattered light according to Einstein.- Calculation of the light intensity scattered by spatially independent fluctuations.- Pure liquids.- The scattering coefficient, the extinction coefficient, and the transverse scattering cross section.- Solutions.- Study of the intensity of light scattered by fluctuations in anisotropy.- 2. Critical Opalescence and Light Scattering in Second-Order Phase Transitions.- Critical opalescence.- Scattering of light in second-order phase transitions.- 3. Molecular Scattering of Light by the Interface of Two Media.- 4. Calculation of the Intensity and the Depolarization Factor of Light Scattered in Gases and Vapors.- The depolarization factor.- Connection between the Kerr constant and the depolarization factor in gases.- II. Some Theoretical Studies of the Spectral Composition of Molecularly Scattered Light.- 5. The Spectral Composition of Light Scattered by Density Fluctuations in Liquids and Gases.- Spectral composition of light scattered by isobaric fluctuations of density and by fluctua tions in the concentration.- Ratio of intensities of the fine structure components.- 6. Relaxation Theory of the Spectral Composition of Light Scattered in Liquids.- Basic assumptions and the initial equations of the theory.- The intensity distribution in the spectrum of scattered light.- Account of inertial terms in the reaction equation.- 7. Nonthermodynamic Theory of Light Scattering in Liquids.- Elementary nonthermodynamic calculation of the light intensity scattered by adiabatic density fluctuations.- Correlation theory of light scattering in an isotropic medium.- Isotropic (polarized) light scattering.- Anisotropic (depolarized) light scattering.- 8. Calculation of the Spectral Distribution of the Intensity of Depolarized Scattered Light on the Basis of a Simplified Molecular Model.- Modulation of scattered light as the result of periodic (rotational) diffusion of anisotropic molecules.- Modulation of the scattered light as the result of rotational oscillation of anisotropic molecules.- 9. Theory of Light Scattering in Crystals.- General calculation of the intensity, polarization, and frequency of light scattered in crystals.- Scattering of light in cubic crystals.- Molecular light scattering in an isotropic solid.- III. Apparatus and Methods of Measurement of the Basic Characteristics of Scattered Light and Auxiliary Parameters.- 10. Vessels for the Scattering Material and Apparatus for the Measurement of the Depolarization Factor in Spectrally Undecomposed Scattered Light.- Preparation and choice of an optically pure scattering medium 158 Measurement of the depolarization factor of scattered light.- Some possible errors in the measurement of thedepolarization factor of scattered light.- 11. Measurement of the Relative and Absolute Inten sity of Scattered Light.- Relative measurements of the intensity of scattered light in a solid.- Apparatus for the relative measurement of intensity of light scattered by a volume of liquid and by the interface between two liquids.- Apparatus for measuring the angular distribution of the intensity of scattered light.- Measurement of the absolute intensity of scattered light.- 12. Methods of the Spectral Investigation of Molecularly Scattered Light.- Apparatus and methods of study of the wings of the Rayleigh line.- Apparatus and methods for the investigation of the fine structure of the lines of scattered light.- Apparatus for temperature experiments and the illuminator.- Light sources.- Treatment of the results of spectral measurements.- Determination of the ratio of the integrated and maximum intensities in the fine structure components.- 13. Measurement of Some Auxiliary Parameters Necessary for the Computation of the Intensity of Molecular Light Scattering.- A dynamical method of finding (???/?p)S from the diffraction of light b
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