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Optical Parameters Stability Over Time of Porous Phantoms Mimicking Tissues

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Optical phantoms are used to validate optical measurement methods. The stability of their optical parameters over time allows them to be used and stored over long-term periods while maintaining their optical parameters. The aim of the presented research was to investigate the stability of fabricated porous phantoms, which can be used as a lung phantom in the optical system. Measurements were performed in multiple series with an interval of 6 months, recreating the same conditions and using the same measuring system consisting of an integrating sphere, a coherent light source with a wavelength of 635 nm, and a detector. Scattering and absorption parameters were determined on the basis of the measured reflectance and transmittance. The tested samples were made of polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS, Sylgard® 184, Dow Corning, USA) and 2 ml of glycerol.

The measurement system consisted of an integrating sphere 4P-GPS-053-SL (Labsphere Inc., North Sutton, NH, USA) with a Spektralon® coating. This type of coating characterized by high diffuse reflectance (over the 250–2500 nm spectral range) with a reflectance of more than 99% for a wavelength range between 400 and 1500 nm. A laser diode module with a wavelength of 635 nm (red) was used as a light source and it operated with an optical power of 3 mW, while Luxmeter L-100 with a dedicated measuring head (Sonopan, Białystok, Poland) was used as a detector.

 

 

 

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CC BY-NC
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Year of publication:
2021
Creation date:
2019
Dataset language:
English
Fields of science:
  • Information and communication technology (Engineering and Technology)
  • Automation, electronic and electrical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
DOI:
10.34808/85r2-yb55 open in new tab
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Gdańsk University of Technology

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