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(tom&#x2019; s&#x2202;n) Scattering of electromagnetic radiation by free or loosely bound charged particles. The transverse electric field of the radiation accelerates the charged particles which then re-radiate the energy removed from the primary radiation. A non-relativistic interaction. Named for Joseph John Thomson (1856&#x2013;1940), British physicist.
 
(tom&#x2019; s&#x2202;n) Scattering of electromagnetic radiation by free or loosely bound charged particles. The transverse electric field of the radiation accelerates the charged particles which then re-radiate the energy removed from the primary radiation. A non-relativistic interaction. Named for Joseph John Thomson (1856&#x2013;1940), British physicist.
 
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(tom’ s∂n) Scattering of electromagnetic radiation by free or loosely bound charged particles. The transverse electric field of the radiation accelerates the charged particles which then re-radiate the energy removed from the primary radiation. A non-relativistic interaction. Named for Joseph John Thomson (1856–1940), British physicist.