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Measurement of glucose concentration in a thin turbid medium by a transmitted Gaussian beam
FRANCISCO JOEL CERVANTES LOZANO
MOISES CYWIAK GARBARCEWICZ
OCTAVIO OLVERA RABAGO
DAVID CYWIAK CORDOVA
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We show that it is possible to measure glucose concentration in a thin sample containing a turbid medium that simulates optical properties of biological tissue by recording the profile of a sinusoidal reflective grating by means of a laser Gaussian beam. We have described a similar approach for the case of transparent samples in a previous report. Although due to the turbidity of the sample the laser beam is scattered, we show that the probe beam is still sensitive enough to allow the detection of the grating profile. We describe how the changes recorded by the system, when profiling a region of the grating, allow us to determine the concentration of glucose in the turbid medium. We include experimental results.
2014-11
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CIENCIAS FÍSICO MATEMÁTICAS Y CIENCIAS DE LA TIERRA
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