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Back scattering from a finite cone.

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Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University , New York
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Pagination18 p.
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are oppositely directed. A signal received by back-scattering is often referred to as "back-scatter." Want to thank TFD for its existence. Tell a friend about us, add a link to this.

The scattering of a low frequency electromagnetic wave by a metallic cone, whose base is part of a spherical surface centered on the apex of the cone, is analyzed using a mode matching technique.

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May 01,  · Numerical data are presented such as scattering cross sections for the finite elliptic cone, including the half-sphere and the finite plane angular sector. In addition, a new derivation of the spherical multipole expansion of an arbitrary plane electromagnetic wave is by: 7.

The results are correct to 0(phi^{2}), where phi is the cone apex angle, and agree,for the special case of plane wave back-scattering along the cone axis, with those obtained previously by a.

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Any collision which leads to a chemical reaction will be inelastic, but the term inelastic scattering is reserved for those collisions which do not result in reactions. There is a transfer of energy between the translational mode (kinetic energy) and rotational and vibrational the second field if the scattering by the sample (between the solenoids) is elastic.

• If the scattering is inelastic, the exact unwinding (or echo) is suppressed and the polarization of the neutron beam at the echo position is a measure of the inelasticity of the scattering.