A primary method for determination of optical parameters of turbid samples and application to intralipid between 550 and 1630nm Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • The lack of a primary method for determination of optical parameters remains a significant barrier in optical study of turbid media. We present a complete system of experimental setups and Monte Carlo modeling tools for fast and accurate solution of the inverse problem from the measured signals of homogeneous turbid samples. The calibration of the instrument and validation of the Monte Carlo modeling have been carried out to ensure the accuracy of the inverse solution. We applied this method to determine the optical parameters of turbid media of 10% intralipid between 550 and 940 nm and 20% intralipid between 550 and 1630 nm.

authors

  • Chen, Cheng
  • Lu, Jun Q
  • Ding, Huafeng
  • Jacobs, Kenneth M
  • Du, Yong
  • Hu, Xin-Hua

publication date

  • 2006