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Experimental Research on Polarization Properties of Transmitted Light from Biological Tissues(PDF)

《南京理工大学学报》(自然科学版)[ISSN:1005-9830/CN:32-1397/N]

Issue:
2003年04期
Page:
434-438
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Title:
Experimental Research on Polarization Properties of Transmitted Light from Biological Tissues
Author(s):
LaiJiancheng LiZhenhua WangChunyong He Anzhi
School of Sciences,NUST,Nanjing 210094
Keywords:
polarization properties Intrialipid suspensions transmitted light tissue optics
PACS:
Q631
DOI:
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Abstract:
Polarization properties of transmitted light from biological tissues are investigated experimentally. Intrialipid suspensions are chosen as a liquid model of biological tissues and the intensity distributions of light transmitted from intrialipid suspensions under different polarizat ion angles are measured by a Beam Prof ile 2350. According to the experimental results, the relation between depolarization degree and the position of the transmission point, the concentration and thickness of the bio-tissues are comprehensively discussed, which indicate that depolarization degree increases with the increase of the posit ion radius of transmission point, the concentration and thickness of the bio-tissues.

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