Biological tissues are generally highly scattering samples and the determination of their optical proprierties is difficult to carry out with conventional spectroscopic techniques. Since photoacustic spectroscopy is in fact independent of scattering when it is forward-peaked (as in tissues), we used this techniques to determine the optical absorption coefficient of unprocessed samples of animal tissues (rat skin, bovine liver, muscle, kidney) in the 250-700 nm spectral range.

Absorption Coefficient Of Animal Tissues In The Range 250 - 700 nm Via Photoacoustics

BERNINI, UMBERTO;CONTI, MAURIZIO;DEL GUERRA, ALBERTO;RUSSO, PAOLO
1991

Abstract

Biological tissues are generally highly scattering samples and the determination of their optical proprierties is difficult to carry out with conventional spectroscopic techniques. Since photoacustic spectroscopy is in fact independent of scattering when it is forward-peaked (as in tissues), we used this techniques to determine the optical absorption coefficient of unprocessed samples of animal tissues (rat skin, bovine liver, muscle, kidney) in the 250-700 nm spectral range.
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