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 Übersetzung für 'Rayleigh scattering' von Englisch nach Deutsch
optics
Rayleigh scattering
Luftstreuung {f}
Rayleigh scattering <RS>Rayleigh-Streuung {f} <RS>
Teiltreffer
phys.
resonance Raman scattering <RR scattering>
Resonanz-Raman-Streuung {f} <RR-Streuung>
electr.engin.math.
Rayleigh distribution
Rayleigh-Verteilung {f}
phys.
Rayleigh wave
Rayleigh-Welle {f} [auch: Rayleighwelle]
geol.
Rayleigh waves
Rayleigh-Wellen {pl}
materialphys.
Rayleigh damping
Rayleigh-Dämpfung {n}
phys.
Rayleigh equation
Rayleigh-Gleichung {f}
phys.
Plateau-Rayleigh instability
Plateau-Rayleigh-Instabilität {f}
Rayleigh-Bénard cellRayleigh-Bénard-Zelle {f}
phys.unit
Rayleigh number <Ra>
Rayleigh-Zahl {f} <Ra>
telecom.
Rayleigh fading channel
Rayleigh-Fadingkanal {m}
Rayleigh scatter <RS>Rayleigh-Streuung {f} <RS>
phys.
Rayleigh-Jeans law
Rayleigh-Jeans Gesetz {n}
phys.
Rayleigh-Taylor instability <RTI, RT instability, R-T instability>
Rayleigh-Taylor-Instabilität {f} <RTI, RT-Instabilität, R-T-Instabilität>
scattering {adj}auseinander jagend [alt]
scattering {adj}auseinanderjagend [alt]
646
scattering {adj}auseinandertreibend
30
scatteringVerstreuung {f}
24
scattering {adj} {pres-p}stiebend
5
phys.
scattering
Streuvorgang {m}
76
scattering {adj}auseinanderstiebend [alt]
8
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Air molecules and airborne particles scatter white sunlight as it passes through the Earth's atmosphere. This is done by a combination of Rayleigh scattering and Mie scattering.
  • Major forms of elastic light scattering (involving negligible energy transfer) are Rayleigh scattering and Mie scattering.
  • Notice that the dependence of the power on the fourth power of the frequency of the radiation is in accordance with the Rayleigh scattering, and the underlying effects why the sky consists of mainly blue colour.
  • The changing color of the Sun over the course of the day is mainly a result of the scattering of sunlight and is not due to changes in black-body radiation. Rayleigh scattering of sunlight by Earth's atmosphere causes the blue color of the sky, which tends to scatter blue light more than red light.
  • Regarding the dependence of wave velocity on wavelength or frequency (dispersion), low-frequency phonons of long wavelength will be limited in relaxation length by elastic Rayleigh scattering.

  • The shorter wavelength is refracted most, with the blue component of sunlight "completely scattered out by Rayleigh scattering", making green the first or last light from the upper rim of the solar disc to be seen.
  • This effect is called Rayleigh scattering, after Lord Rayleigh and confirmed by Albert Einstein in 1911.
  • Rayleigh scattering is the dominant elastic scattering mechanism in the X-ray regime. Inelastic forward scattering gives rise to the refractive index, which for X-rays is only slightly below 1.
  • A subwavelength particle is a particle smaller than the wavelength of light with which it interacts (see Rayleigh scattering).
  • In interstellar astronomy, visible spectra can appear redder due to scattering processes in a phenomenon referred to as interstellar reddening—similarly Rayleigh scattering causes the atmospheric reddening of the Sun seen in the sunrise or sunset and causes the rest of the sky to have a blue color.

  • Rayleigh scattering (...), named after the 19th-century British physicist Lord Rayleigh (John William Strutt), is the predominantly elastic scattering of light or other electromagnetic radiation by particles much smaller than the wavelength of the radiation.
  • are clear substances with a light sky-blue color caused by absorption in the red (in contrast with the blue color of the sky, which is due to Rayleigh scattering of blue light).
  • This light appears reddish due to the Rayleigh scattering of blue light, the same reason sunrise and sunsets are more orange than during the day.
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