Vol. 6, issue 09, article # 1

pdf Veretennikov V. V. Effect of microstructure and spatial inhomogeneities of a disperse medium on multiple light scattering in the small-angle approximation. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1993. V. 6. No. 09. P. 595-600.
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The trends in the behavior of the optical transfer function and point spread function of a scattering layer caused by changing its position and optical and geometric thicknesses are numerically studied in the small-angle approximation. A specific feature of the solution method is that the Fourier transform of a small-angle scattering phase function is represented in the form of an autocorrelation function of particle shadow. This allows the relation of optical properties of the medium to its disperse composition to be determined.