Abstract

The calculations of the angular dependence of the scattered intensity and of the linewidth have been compared with the measured quantities for model distributions of rodlike scatterers. TMV rods were broken up by means of ultrasonic waves, and the length distributions (0–800 nm) for different samples were determined from electron micrographs. Good agreement between the calculated and experimental light scattering data was found for q·L ranging between 1.5 and 20.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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