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The effect of inhomogeneities in acoustic‐surface‐wave amplification
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6.In deriving Eq. (3) the z variation of the transverse field pattern has been neglected. It can be shown that this variation is of higher order in the considered inhomogeneity scale length compared to the acoustic wave length.
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