Fiber light scattering


This image shows light scattering from a thin fibre particle illuminated by a laser beam. In this case the fibre is not asbestos. Light patterns such as these can be used to identify the shape and orientation of airborne particles. Credit: Paul Kaye University of Hertfordshire

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