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29, the fringe contrast (and intensity ﬂuctuations along an individual fringe) is also very sensitive to material homogeneity on a length scale of ªl/20 or about 20–30 nm for optical wavelengths. 5) collimating optics and detected with a CCD camera . The scattering angle (center angle and width) is established by means of an external calibration, and is used for high-precision Mie analysis of one-dimensional diffraction data. For optical diffraction studies, individual particles were studied using droplet levitation techniques.
D. Barnes, K. G. W. Noid droplets are now being used as sensitive probes of phase separation behavior in polymer-blend microparticles generated from microdroplets of dilute polymer solution. Two-dimensional optical diffraction is used to probe phase-separation behavior of bulk-immiscible polymers in attoliter and femtoliter volumes. As we discuss further, this technique is sensitive to the presence of sub-domains with dimensions on the order of ª30 nm, providing information on material homogeneity on a molecular scale.
Over the last several years, an enormous amount of experimental and theoretical effort has been focused on multi-component polymer systems as a means for producing new materials on the micron and nanometer scale with speciﬁcally tailored material, electrical, and optical properties. Composite polymer particles, or polymer alloys, with speciﬁcally tailored properties may ﬁnd many novel uses in such ﬁelds as electro-optic and luminescent devices [147–148], conducting materials , and hybrid inorganic-organic polymer alloys .
The classical theory of fields(chapters 1-8 only) by Landau, Lifshitz.