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Inverse Scattering with Chemical Composition Constraints for Spectroscopic Tomography

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Abstract

A dramatic reduction in data required for chemically specific 3-D imaging is achieved through prior constraints on the known constituents of the sample. We solve the inverse scattering problem to determine morphology and composition.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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