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Offers the first comprehensive treatise of the topic in 20 years
Examines practical applications and limitations of the method
Includes illustrative examples
Light scattering is a very powerful method for characterizing the structure of polymers and nanoparticles in solution. Recent technical developments have broadened the possible practical applications of this technique, overcoming earlier limitations such as sample turbidity and insufficient experimental time scales. Until this volume, despite their importance, these new developments have not yet been presented in a comprehensive form. In addition, and perhaps more significantly to the broad audience, this book provides a much-needed accessible introduction for students and non-experts interested in the basic principles and fundamental techniques of light scattering. As part of the Springer Laboratory series, this book provides a simple-to-read and illustrative textbook probing the seemingly very complicated topic of light scattering from polymers and nanoparticles in dilute solution, and goes further to cover some of the latest technical developments in experimental light scattering.