Particle Size Distributions from Fraunhofer Diffraction
It is well known1 that the mean intensity per steradian diffracted by a random distribution of N opaque particles is given, in the Fraunhofer region, by
where a i is the radius of the particle i, k is the wave-vector of the radiation and s is the scattering angle. In the absence of noise an annular detector or segment of an annulus will respond with a current g(s) proportional to sI(s).
KeywordsSingular System Impulse Response Function Fredholm Integral Equation Resolution Ratio Singular Function
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