By William Elwood Byerly
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Density measurements can be made directly using Rayleigh scattering from the molecules in the flow. The different scattering cross sections of such gases as freon and air also make Rayleigh scattering useful for observing mixing phenomena (Yip 1986b). Since the detected light is at the incident laser frequency, scattering from particles in the flow can easily obscure the Rayleigh signal. Raman scattering occurs when the scattering process causes the molecular state to change. Due to energy conservation, the scattered light is then at a different frequency than the incident light.
Table I gives the scattering cross sections and vibrational Raman shifts for various molecules of particular interest to gas diagnostics. 2935 . 2531 (e) N2 He Air O2 I-h (vapor) (a) (I» (c) (e) (e) (d) Raman Raman Rayleigh Cross-section Cross-section Shift cm- 1 cm 2 /sr cm 2 /sr Calc. Meal>. (f) Meal>. 083 _ . 43 5f>.! 5:32 JI and O°C, 760 mm a. h. c. d. (Peck 1966) e. (Washburn 1930) (Peck 1983) f. (Shardanand 1977) (Peck 1972) g. (Schrotter 1979) (Old 1981) Rayleigh and Raman Scattering Cross-sections for Common Gases TABLE I 42 light to be at a higher frequency than the incident light (anti-Stokes scattering).
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An introduction to generalized coordinates in mechanics and physics by William Elwood Byerly