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Scattering (Physics)
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Scattering (Physics)
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**Scattering (Physics)**represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in**Boston University Libraries**.- Label
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- Analytic theory of the effects of atmospheric scattering on the current and ionization produced by the Compton electrons from high-altitude nuclear explosions
- Atomic collision theory
- Atomic collision theory
- Biological small angle scattering : theory and practice
- Carrier scattering in metals and semiconductors
- Classical planar scattering by Coulombic potentials
- Collision theory
- Collision theory
- Compton scattering : investigating the structure of the nucleon with real photons
- Diffractive processes in nuclear physics
- Dynamics of gas-surface scattering
- Earth heterogeneity and scattering effects on seismic waves
- Electromagnetic processes
- Electron-proton scattering by potentials suggested by a new approach to quantum electro-dynamics
- Elementary particle physics and scattering theory.
- Expanding protons : scattering at high energies
- Helium atom scattering from surfaces
- Interaction of photons and neutrons with matter : an introduction
- Interactions of photons and neutrons with matter
- Introduction to the quantum theory of scattering
- Introduction to the theory of atomic and molecular collisions
- Introduction to the theory of laser-atom interactions
- Introduction to the theory of laser-atom interactions
- Inverse problems and inverse scattering of plane waves
- Lectures in scattering theory,
- Magnetic field effects on multiple scattering lifetimes
- Modeling fluctuations in scattered waves
- Molecular beams.
- Molecular forces; based on the Baker lectures of Peter J.W. Debye
- Nuclear resonance scattering of bremsstrahulung
- Nuclear scattering,
- Optical cooling using the dipole force
- Optical studies in liquids and solids
- Phenomenological theories of high energy scattering; : an experimental evaluation
- Quantum collision theory
- Quantum mechanics for Hamiltonians defined as quadratic forms
- Quantum mechanics in a nutshell
- Quantum theory of scattering processes : general principles and advanced topics
- Quantum transport in mesoscopic systems : complexity and statistical fluctuations, a maximum-entropy viewpoint
- Relations de dispersion et particules élémentaires.
- Relativistic nuclear physics : theories of structure and scattering
- Renormalization : an introduction to renormalization, the renormalization group, and the operator-product expansion
- Scattering from black holes
- Scattering of acoustic and electromagnetic waves by small impedance bodies of arbitrary shapes : applications to creating new engineered materials
- Scattering theory : new methods and problems in atomic, nuclear, and particle physics
- Scattering theory by the Enss method
- Scattering theory for many-body quantum mechanical systems--rigorous results
- Scattering theory of classical and quantum N-particle systems
- Scattering theory of molecules, atoms, and nuclei
- Scattering theory of waves and particles
- Scattering theory of waves and particles
- Scattering theory: : the quantum theory on nonrelativistic collisions
- Scattering theory: unitarity, analyticity and crossing.
- Semi-classical methods for nucleus-nucleus scattering
- Semiclassical theories of molecular scattering
- Short wave radiation problems in inhomogeneous media : asymptotic solutions
- Spectral properties of Schrödinger operators and scattering theory
- Strong, electromagnetic, and weak interactions; : [proceedings]
- Sum rules in high energy electron-proton scattering
- The inverse scattering transformation and the theory of solitons : an introduction
- Wave propagation and scattering in random media
- Wave propagation and scattering in random media
- Wave propagation and time reversal in randomly layered media
- Wave propagation, scattering and emission in complex media
- X-ray Compton scattering

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