Talk:Small-angle scattering

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small angle light scattering[edit]

What about small angle light scattering? The theory is exactly the same. As the title of Kerker's boook (The scattering of light and other electromagnetic radiation) makes clear. It's just a question of the accessible length scales, depending on q. A table comparing the ranges of q accessible by the three techniques would be useful. AlanParkerFrance (talk) 17:19, 26 January 2013 (UTC)

Theory - Continuum description[edit]

In the first and second sentence in "Theory - Continuum description" section there is the equation "" and it continues as "here ...". Is a missing from the first equation? If not then what does represent? I am not sure if it is wrong or not well explained. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Elefand (talkcontribs) 19:07, 1 March 2015 (UTC)