Light scattering is caused by the interaction of light with dispersed particles (typically in solution), while organized particles (typically in crystal) result in diffraction phenomenon. The intensity of the scattered light depends on the size and the shape of the interacting particles. The experiment using visible light may be performed in two different modes: dynamic and static light scattering. Dynamic light scattering (DLS) measurement analyses the time variance in the scattered light. Static light scattering (SLS) measurement depends on the analysis of light scattering at various angles with respect to the incident beam.