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atmospheric scattering parâkaneš-e javvi Fr.: diffusion atmosphérique The → → |

backscatter 1) pas-parâkandan; 2), 3) pas-parâkaneš Fr.: rétrodiffusion 1) (v.tr.) To deflect photons or particles in a direction opposite
to their initial path. From → |

backscattered light nur-e pas-parâkandé Fr.: lumière rétrodiffusée The light that has undergone → → |

backscattering pas-parâkaneš Fr.: rétrodiffusion Scattering of radiation or particles through angles greater than 90° with respect to the original direction of motion. → |

Brillouin scattering parâkaneš-e Brillouin Fr.: diffusion de Brillouin Scattering of electromagnetic waves in solids and liquids when, as a result of the
scattering process, an acoustic → → |

coherent scattering parâkaneš-e hamdus Fr.: diffusion cohérente A scattering process in which the scattered radiation bears the same frequency and phase as the incident radiation. → |

Compton scattering parâkaneš-e Compton (#) Fr.: diffusion Compton Scattering of a → → |

double Compton scattering parâkaneš-e Compton-e dotâyi Fr.: diffusion Compton double An electron-photon interaction that can be thought of as a
→ → |

dust scattering parâkaneš-e qobâri, ~ pat qobâr Fr.: diffusion par la poussière The scattering of → → |

elastic scattering parâkaneš-e kešâyand Fr.: diffusion élastique In a → → |

electron-scattering wing bâl-e parâkaneš-e elektron Fr.: A → → |

forward scattering parâkaneš-e piš-su Fr.: diffusion en avant Scattering in which photons emerge from the → → |

geometric scattering parâkaneš-e hendesi Fr.: diffusion géométrique A type of scattering in which the wavelength (of the light or the sound) is much smaller than the size of object causing the scattering. → |

inelastic scattering parâkaneš-e nâkešâyand Fr.: diffusion inélastique A type of scattering when the → → |

last scattering vâpasin parâkaneš Fr.: dernière diffusion The epoch in the early evolution of the Universe when matter
and photons decoupled. Once
atoms formed, light and matter stopped constantly interacting with one
another, and photons were able to travel freely. As a result,
the Universe became transparent.
Light from this period is observed today as the
→ → |

last scattering surface ruye-ye vâpasin parâkaneš Fr.: surface de dernière diffusion The set of locations in space corresponding to the
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Mie scattering parâkaneš-e Mie Fr.: diffusion de Mie The scattering of → Named after Gustav Adolf Mie (1868-1957), a German physicist, whose theory of
1908 explains the process; → |

multiple scattering parâkaneš-e bastâyi Fr.: diffusion multiple A process of → → |

noncoherent scattering parâkaneš-e nâhamdus Fr.: diffusion incohérente The absorption of a photon and its re-emission at a different frequency (in the observer's frame of reference) by scattering atoms. → |

quasi-single-scattering approximation nazdineš-e cunân-tak-parâkaneš Fr.: A model of radiative transfer that ignores forward scattering of photons; assuming forward-scattered light as un-scattered. → |