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Clearing of a moving polydisperse aerosol by a Gaussian beam of laser radiation

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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 Disperse Medium. Summary of Proceedings), Part II, pp 51–54, 1982.

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Pustovalov, V.K., Khorunzhii, I.A. Clearing of a moving polydisperse aerosol by a Gaussian beam of laser radiation. J Russ Laser Res 5, 206–208 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01120864

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Keywords

  • Radiation
  • Laser Radiation
  • Gaussian Beam
  • Polydisperse Aerosol