Localization or classical diffusion of light?

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SCHEFFOLD, Frank, Ralf LENKE, Ralf TWEER, Georg MARET, 1999. Localization or classical diffusion of light?. In: Nature. 398(6724), pp. 206-207. ISSN 0028-0836

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