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In many articles concerning the thermal radiation of disperse systems, the temperature of a disperse system was assumed to be known, and the only problem was to determine the radiation field. Strictly speaking, a nonequilibrium thermal radiation field, when the radiation flux is not equal to zero at least at one point, will lead to variations of the medium temperature. Certainly, these variations may be small. In this case, the problem statement based on the known temperature field, as in the article Radiation of nonisothermal layer of scattering med ...

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