Abstract

A new method of transmission fluctuation spectrometry with signal correlation was recently developed for particle-size analysis, whereby both particle-size distribution and particle concentration can be measured simultaneously. The measurements were realized with temporal correlation of the transmission fluctuation signals of a focused Gaussian beam.

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