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Measurements on Lambertian objects: some novel approaches

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Abstract

The problem of measuring Lambertian objects at close distances is examined for both a sphere and a cone irradiated by a plane wave. The equations describing the scattered power collected by a receiver are derived using the principles of radiometry, and some experimental results are provided.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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