On the Polarity of the Scattering Function in an Inhomogeneous Flat Layer

by S. Ueno

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A mathematical discussion of the mechanism of transmission of a parallel beam of radiation through a variable atmosphere of finite thickness. The subject of radiative transfer in the atmosphere has bearing on the study of a number of possible radiation environments, including radiation from nuclear blasts.

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