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Photon correlation spectroscopy: technique and instrumentation

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John C. Thomas

Univ. of South Australia (Australia)

Proc. SPIE 1430, Photon Correlation Spectroscopy: Multicomponent Systems, 2 (June 1, 1991); doi:10.1117/12.44153
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  • Photon Correlation Spectroscopy: Multicomponent Systems
  • Kenneth S. Schmitz
  • Los Angeles, CA | January 20, 1991

abstract

Photon correlation spectroscopy is a powerful light scattering technique for studying the properties of suspensions and solutions of colloids, macromolecules and polymers. The principle of the technique is explained and the associated instrumentation is described. A number of developments in the instrumentation, which will have a substantial impact on the future application of the technique, are discussed.

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John C. Thomas
"Photon correlation spectroscopy: technique and instrumentation", Proc. SPIE 1430, Photon Correlation Spectroscopy: Multicomponent Systems, 2 (June 1, 1991); doi:10.1117/12.44153; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.44153


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