Registration of CBS Effects from Wedge-shaped Samples Containing Particles of Alumina


The paper looks at recent results of research dealing with a coherent backscattering (CBS) on the particles of alumina. It was developed a system of registration of CBS with a tunable dynamic sample. During the experiment the transport mean free path over the width of the peak of angular profile of signal intensity of CBS was determined. Moreover, new scientific data about the CBS’s profiles from randomly inhomogeneous environments were obtained.

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