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Asked in Science
What does the Rayleigh Scattering principle refer to in science?
The Rayleigh scattering principle is ascribed to the optical phenomenon that is associated by particles that are smaller than the wavelength of light. It was named after the British physicist Lord Rayleigh. ...
Asked in Temperature
Does Rayleigh scattering regulate the Earth's temperature?
No the greenhouse effect regulates earth's average temperature. Rayleigh scattering explains why the sky is blue. ...
Asked in Earthquakes
What is the difference between love wave and rayleigh wave?
Love waves and Rayleigh waves are both guided waves. Love waves occur in a thin plate, while Rayleigh waves are a combination of transverse and longitudinal waves on the surface of a half-space. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
What is the difference between detector and diode detector?
difference between detector and diode
Asked in Carbon Monoxide
How is carbon monoxide detected exactly how does a carbon monoxide detector work?
There is not a detector like that. But there is a CO2 detector.