volume 8, issue 11, P1937-1953 1970
DOI: 10.1002/pol.1970.160081109
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Abstract: Abstract It has been considered for some time that the presence of birefringence in an oriented polymer must affect the light‐scattering behavior. Previous analyses of this phenomenon are restricted to single‐particle scattering. A more complete theory of the effect of birefringence on the scattering of light from correlated systems is presented. The measured scattering intensity is shown to be dependent upon the optical properties of the sample as well as the experimental technique and conditions.

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