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Scattering by nearly polished surfaces of X-ray and visible radiation

Scattering by nearly polished surfaces of X-ray and visible radiation

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It is shown that a highly polished surface seems to scatter X-rays in an inverse-square manner. Another example of such scattering, of visible radiation, is a plated surface such as imperfect tinplate.

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