Photonics Dictionary

microheterogeneous systems

Extremely small organic and inorganic systems of molecules within a substance. In general, systems are colloidal size in spite of the large number of molecules. Photochemistry and optical observations are easily executed in a microheterogeneous system where particles are usually smaller than the wavelength of light. Microheterogeneous systems are important in various practical applications, such as materials science, the pharmaceutical industry, and for biological purposes.
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