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The Diffraction of Microparticles on Single-layer and Multi-layer Statistically Uneven Surfaces

  title={The Diffraction of Microparticles on Single-layer and Multi-layer Statistically Uneven Surfaces},
  author={Mikhail Batanov-Gaukhman},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
In this article: a) a method is developed for calculating volumetric diagrams of elastic scattering of microparticles (in particular, electrons and photons) on single-layer and multi-layer statistically uneven surfaces; b) the diffraction of elementary particles on crystals is explained without involving de Broglie's idea of the wave properties of matter; c) the probability density functions of the derivative of various stationary random processes are obtained; d) volumetric diagrams of the… 
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