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Diffusion of polarized light in turbid media

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Abstract

Diffusion of polarized light in turbid media is investigated using random walk and found to be anisotropic when polarization of light persists after multiple scattering. Potential applications in biomedical optics will be presented.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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