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(c) 2002 BMO

"Time-resolved backscattering of femtosecond pulses from scattering media - an experimental and numerical investigation"
C. Hauger, E. Baigar, T. Wilhelm, W. Zinth
Opt. Comm. 131 (1996) 351-358


Abstract:
Time-resolved backscattering of ultrashort light pulses from scattering media isinvestigated with regard to potential application in the diagnosis of human skin. ATi:sapphire laser based system is presented which allows recording the backscatteredlight with a depth resolution of ~10um. Under conditions similar to those of human skin,the system is able to record scattered light from depths of up to 1mm. Monte-Carlosimulations in combination with detailed experiments are used to explain the influenceof various experimental parameters on the backscattering signal. By this comparison,the scattering properties of the latex suspensions used as a reference medium couldbe determined in bulk and layered model structures.

BMO authors (in alphabetic order):
Erik Baigar
Thomas Wilhelm
Wolfgang Zinth


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