Valerian A. Kuznetsov

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PURPOSE Peripheral light-focusing (PLF) is an occult form of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) hazardous to the human eye. In PLF, obliquely incident light is refracted from the peripheral cornea to concentrated sites inside the anterior segment. In the current study, the directionality of this phenomenon for UVR and whether PLF is established in outdoor settings(More)
People can be identified by fingerprints located on blast affected fragments recovered during the investigation of bombing scenes. We placed 4 aluminium plates (100 mm x 100 mm x 3 mm) and 2 steel plates (150 mm x 150 mm x 45 mm) with latent fingerprints on them at a distance of 0.25-1 m from a 0.7 kg charge of CompB, and the same number of plates also(More)
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