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Observation of a dynamical central peak in the light‐scattering spectrum of a glass
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3.By a “dynamical” central line or peak we mean one which has a spectral width () arising from the thermal fluctuations of an ideal substance and not the commonly observed light scattered from inclusions, impurities, strains, domain walls, bubbles, etc.
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