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A new laser anemometer gauge is presented here. The velocity and the size of spherical particles are simultaneously measured without uniform illumination and preliminary calibration. The used method is based on Mie’s scattering light theory. The device is able to measure the velocity and size of hydrogen bubbles electrolytically produced by a platinum wire immersed in the water flow. © 1996 American Institute of Physics.