# Scattering

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**Raman scattering**— or the Raman effect (pronounced: IPA| [rə.mən] ) is the inelastic scattering of a photon. Discovered By Dr. C.V. Raman in liquids and by Grigory Landsberg and Leonid Mandelstam in crystals.When light is scattered from an atom or molecule, most… …122

**Thomson scattering**— In physics, Thomson scattering is the scattering of electromagnetic radiation by acharged particle. The electric and magnetic components of theincident wave accelerate the particle. As it accelerates, it in turn emits radiation and thus, the wave …123

**Møller scattering**— Feynman diagrams t channel u channel Møller scattering is the name given to electron electron scattering in Quantum Field Theory. The electron interaction that is idealized in Møller scattering forms the th …124

**Subsurface scattering**— (or SSS) is a mechanism of light transport in which light penetrates the surface of a translucent object, is scattered by interacting with the material, and exits the surface at a different point. The light will generally penetrate the surface… …125

**Intrabeam Scattering**— (IBS) is an effect in accelerator physics where collisions between particles couple the beam emittance in all three dimensions. This generally causes the beam size to grow. In proton accelerators, intrabeam scattering causes the beam to grow… …126

**Inelastic neutron scattering**— is an experimental technique commonly used in condensed matter research to study atomic and molecular motion as well as magnetic and crystal field excitations.It distinguishes itself from other neutron scattering techniques by resolving the… …127

**Inverse scattering transform**— In mathematics, the inverse scattering transform is a method for solving some non linear partial differential equations. It is one of the most important developments in mathematical physics in the past 40 years. The method is a non linear… …128

**X-ray Raman scattering**— (XRS) is non resonant inelastic scattering of x rays from core electrons. It is analogous to Raman scattering, which is a largely used tool in optical spectroscopy, with the difference being that the wavelengths of theexciting photons fall in the …