Absorption spectroscopy in scattering samples using integrated optics


Conventional spectrophotometric methods for measuring the concentration of light-absorbing material in a sample require that the sample be transparent. If scatterers are present they disturb the absorption measurement. An example of this sort is the determination of the constituents in blood plasma. Red blood cells interfere with a direct optical… (More)

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