Vol. 12, issue 07, article # 1

pdf Shefer O. V. Optical model of a plate crystal as applied to bistatic polarization laser sensing of crystal clouds. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1999. V. 12. No. 07. P. 549-553.
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An optical model of a particle is developed as applied to bistatic laser sensing of crystal clouds. A round water ice plate is considered as a scatterer. Within the framework of physical optics, the equations are derived for cross sections of scattering into the backward scattering hemisphere taking into account polarization state of incident radiation.