Laser visualizer of inhomogeneities in near-wall layers of a liquid
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A laser-based refractographic system for visualization of near-wall layers of a mixture of optically inhomogeneous liquids is described. The theory underlying the method of visualization of an inhomogeneity of a mixture based on the phenomenon of total internal reflection is considered and the sensitivity of the method is estimated. The diagram of an experimental plant and examples illustrating visualization of a mixture of a drop of glycerin and water are presented.
Key wordslaser optically inhomogeneous mixture of liquids laser refractography
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