Laser polarization fluorescence of the networks of optically anisotropic biological crystals

@inproceedings{Ushenko2013LaserPF,
  title={Laser polarization fluorescence of the networks of optically anisotropic biological crystals},
  author={Yu. A. Ushenko and Alexander Dubolazov and A. P. Angelsky and M. I. Sidor and G. B. Bodnar and G. D. Koval and Natalia I. Zabolotna and Andrzej Smolarz and Muhtar Junisbekov},
  booktitle={Other Conferences},
  year={2013}
}
The present work is devoted to investigation of mechanisms of optical anisotropy of biological tissues polycrystalline networks and laser polarization fluorescence. The model of complex optical anisotropy, which takes into account both linear and circular birefringence, as well as linear and circular dichroism of fibrillar networks of histological sections of women reproductive sphere is proposed. The data of statistical, correlation and fractal processing of coordinate distributions of laser… CONTINUE READING

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