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Published by [s.n.] in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dispersion,
  • Cyanin

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBulletin of the University of Wisconsin -- v. 2, no. 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .W63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination249-296 p. :
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23380762M
    LC Control Number05014973
    OCLC/WorldCa10668867

    cyanine (sī′ə-nēn′, -nĭn) n. Any of various blue dyes, used to sensitize photographic emulsions to a greater range of light. cyanine (ˈsaɪəˌniːn) or cyanin n 1. (Dyeing) a blue dye used to extend the . n. 1. (Chem.) The blue coloring matter of flowers; - called also anthokyan and anthocyanin.


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anomalous dispersion of cyanin. by Carl Edward Magnusson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Magnusson, Carl Edward, Anomalous dispersion of cyanin. Madison: [University of Wisconsin], Excerpt from The Anomalous Dispersion of Cyanin Introduction.

(a) The Visible Part of the Spectrum. (b) Investigations in the Ultra. Violet (c) The Method of Crossed Prisms. (d) The Interferometer Method.

Cited by: 1. Full text of "The anomalous dispersion of cyanin" See other formats This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of. In optics, dispersion is the phenomenon in which the phase velocity of a wave depends on its frequency.

Media having this common property may be termed dispersive mes the term chromatic. Also, in case [gamma] 0 anomalous dispersion. The parameter [2] is related to the velocity change gradient; the higher the value of [2].

Single-wavelength anomalous diffraction (SAD) is a technique used in X-ray crystallography that facilitates the determination of the structure of proteins or other biological macromolecules by allowing. Anomalous dispersion definition is - dispersion of light in some refraction spectra in which the normal order of the separation of components is reversed in the vicinity of certain wavelengths.

I gave a detailed answer to this question here: answer to Is the refractive index of red or violet greater. I will summarize the important points here.

* Ordinary dielectric transparent media will. A study of the strong coupling of different exciton species in two-dimensional molybdenum diselenide in a cavity uncovers the rich many-body physics and may lead to new devices. The strong Cited by: 9. Other articles where Anomalous dispersion is discussed: radiation: Dispersion: the latter phenomenon is called anomalous dispersion.

A refractive index less than unity refers correctly to the fact that the. Figure 5 shows a sketch of the functions curves are also indicative of the variation of and, respectively, with frequency, in the vicinity of the resonant frequency.Recall that normal dispersion.

Dispersion has an important impact on the propagation of pulses, because a pulse always has a finite spectral width (), so that dispersion can cause its frequency components to propagate with different. Anomalous Dispersion, not Faster than Light In the 20 July issue of Nature, Wang, Kuzmich & Dogariu talk about faster than light transmission.

However, this is really just anomalous dispersion, as. The 'anomalous' dispersion corrections, which are not in fact anomalous, take into account the effect of absorption in the scattering of phonons by electrons. In the classic picture the electron is. Anomalous dispersion of X-rays in crystallography The contribution of resonance or dispersion effects to the atomic scattering factors S.

Caticha-Ellis Introduction. The quantity usually measured in relation to. The classical derivation of the physical basis for anomalous scattering is developed by treating the scattering interaction as a pair of coupled oscillators.

One oscillator is the e component incident x-ray. Modulation Theory Singularity Curve Anomalous Dispersion Normal Dispersion Kerr Nonlinearity These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This process is Author: Gadi Fibich. Indeed, the use of a passive DCCFs with anomalous dispersion has permitted the realization of a soliton ytterbium fiber laser at 1 µm wavelength where standard fibers exhibit normal dispersion.

Dispersion is a measure of how a plume spreads due to the combination of spatial variations in the velocity field and diffusion. Anomalous (or non-Fickian) dispersion refers to cases where the plume. The intensities of reflexions I(h,k,l) and I(-h,-k,-l) are equal either if the crystal structure is centrosymmetric or if there is no anomalous dispersion, but differ otherwise.: Friedel's Law is fulfilled.

Anomalous Dispersion (SAD, MAD) As in isomorphous replacement, the complexity of the phase problem is reduced by determining the position of a few heavy atoms with direct get the.

Anomalous Scattering. The previous discussion made the assumption that the energy of the incident radiation was far away from any of the absorption energies of the atom. The theory of X-ray scattering. The anomalous dispersion is the phenomenon when an electromagnetic wave encounters a collection of atoms, an oscillating electromagnetic field is superimposed on the field of forces that is.

Physical basis for anomalous scattering. The interaction of x-rays with matter results in diverse physical phenomena including absorption, fluorescence, refraction, and scattering (Als-Nielsen & Cited by: A.

Weidlich & A. Wilkie / Anomalous Dispersion in Predictive Rendering exhibit an electric polarisation P [BW99]. P=e0cE (5) where e0 is the electric permittivity and c is the electric sus-ceptibility. This. Micrometre-sized particles covered with stiff, nanoscale spikes are shown to exhibit long-term colloidal stability in both hydrophilic and hydrophobic media, without the need for chemical Cited by: Anomalous Dispersion, and Resonant Absorption Figure Typical curves indicating the real and imaginary parts of for an atom with three visible resonances.

Note the regions of anomalous. WOOD, ROBERT WILLIAMS (d, Massachusetts, 2 May ; ille, New York, 11 August ) experimental physics.

Wood’s chief contributions to science lay in physical optics. An X-ray photographic method is described which allows the () and (¯1¯1¯1) faces of a suitably prepared slice of a single crystal of ZnSe to be distinguished.

Etching in hot concentrated HCl Cited by: 9. At passage of cm pulsar radiation through clouds of neutral hydrogen atoms the signal in the region of anomalous dispersion is appearing as faster-than-c.

As unlike laboratory researches separate Author: Mark E. Perel'man. To summarise Steve's post, normal dispersion occurs where shorter wavelengths travel slower than longer wavelengths.

Anomalous dispersion occurs when shorter wavelengths travel faster. Anomalous Scattering References Initial inspiration for crystallographers: G Friedel () Comptes Rendus Acad.

Sci. ParisJM Bijvoet () Proc. Acad. Sci. Amsterdam B52. These Dispersion-Compensating Prism Pairs are designed to compensate for the pulse broadening effects that occur in ultrafast laser systems without introducing significant power losses.

Four large. Dispersion book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Artist Seth Price's provocative essay calling for a reexamination of classical /5(15). Cyanin definition is - a violet crystalline anthocyanin pigment C27H30O16 found especially in the petals of the rose, cornflower, and dahlia; cyanidin 3,5-diglucoside.

The type of dispersion in which the index of refraction n increases with angular frequency \omega. See also: Anomalous Dispersion, Dispersion. Fickian dispersion is a rare event and should be labeled as anomalous. • Non-Fickian behavior is classified via renormalization groups. • Scaling laws are presented for fixed points of renormalization Cited by:   From my understanding, normal and anomalous dispersion are because the phase velocity is a function of k so it is different for different components of a group so the group will spread.

The Stark anomalous dispersion optical filter (SADOF) is designed to provide high background noise rejection and wide frequency tunability and to operate at the wavelength of the doubled Nd lasers File Size: KB.

The expected curve for anomalous dispersion is shown, with the resonance approximately in the yellow-green region of the spectrum. The angle at which the light is refracted is related to the index of.

Abstract: Anomalous dispersion cannot occur in a transparent passive medium where electromagnetic radiation is being absorbed at all frequencies, as pointed out by Landau and Lifshitz.

Here we show, Cited by: There is anomalous dispersion regions when eV, as well as normal dispersion when covers most of the crystallographic aspects of anomalous scattering In this chapter we review briefly the necessary theory to understand the origin of the dispersion effects and the basis for their calculations.

The treatment is based on the fourth chapter of James' book.