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Spectrophotometry in turbid media using small optical fiber probes

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This work is motivated by the need to do quantitative spectrophotometric absorption measurements using small optical fiber needle probes. It has also some relevance with imaging reflectance spectrophotometry of turbid media at high spatial resolution.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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