Optical particle sizing in the range of 10 nm up to several micrometers by means of quasi-elastic and elastic light scattering requires sophisticated data inversion techniques. We have developed an optimized regularization technique that can be used for the inversion of such light-scattering data. The technique has been successfully tested for a large number of simulated and measured data. It is easy to handle. Typical problems that arise in practical applications are discussed.
© 1991 Optical Society of America
Heimo Schnablegger and Otto Glatter, "Optical sizing of small colloidal particles: an optimized regularization technique," Appl. Opt. 30, 4889-4896 (1991)