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Measuring the size and complex refractive index of an aqueous aerosol particle using electromagnetic heating and cavity-enhanced Raman scattering

A quantitative understanding of light scattering by small homogeneous particles requires accurate knowledge of particle geometry and complex refractive index, m = n + ik. In weakly absorbing particles, k can be on the order of 10−9, which is well below the detection limit of almost all light scattering based

Authors:   Aidan Rafferty; Thomas C. Preston
Journal:   Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Volume:   20
edition:   25
Pages:   17038
DOI:   10.1039/C8CP02966K
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