Digital light scattering experimentPublic
An experiment was developed to use laser light scattering to study dynamics and structures using a digital recording device. Angular positioning of the laser and digital recording timescales were developed for gathering scattering information. Information from the recording devices was recorded using a digital camera. The frame-rate for the recorder was 6 fps and 2056x1536 pixels resolution. This development is important because it allows for an inexpensive studying of scattering.
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