Abstract

Numerical experiments, which describe the inversion of scattering information in cases when multiple scattering is not negligible, are presented and discussed. The inversion method developed here is applied to laboratory angular scattering measurements performed for optical depths of 0.1–0.3.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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