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Transmittance and reflectance measurements of anhydrous glucose concentrations on solutions

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This paper reports experimental tests made with anhydrous glucose solutions at different concentrations using optical arrangements of transmittance and reflectance for measuring. We aim to find the relation between intensity changes as a function of glucose concentration. Two wavelengths were selected, which are non-typical but more feasible. the final objective of this research is to develop a non-invasive cheap glucose meter in a near future.

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