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Investigation of integral laser-radiation scattering by a rough surface

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Translated from II Vsesoyuznoe Soveshchanie po Rasprostraneniyu Lazernogo Izlucheniya v Dispersnoi Srede, Tezisy Dokladov (Second All-Union Conference on Propagation of Laser Radiation in a Dispersive Medium, Summary of Proceedings), Part I, pp. 279–282, 1982.

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Guminetskii, S.G., Zhitaryuk, V.G. Investigation of integral laser-radiation scattering by a rough surface. J Russ Laser Res 5, 170–172 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01120564

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