Imaging is used for the surveillance of the acetowhitened cervix and the spectroscopy device interrogates total hemoglobin concentration, oxygen saturation, and the reduced

scattering coefficient extracted from diffuse reflectance measurements using a scalable Monte Carlo model that was developed by Zenalux.

02 and [micro]s = 1 ([micro]a is the coefficient for absorption of mesh points for the cylinder and [micro]s is the

scattering coefficient for the same points).

2002) and Arst (2003) allows for correction of the values of c([lambda]) for forward scattering, and for differentiation of c([lambda]) into its two components, the absorption coefficient, a([lambda]), and the

scattering coefficient, b([lambda]).

a] and I are

scattering coefficient, absorption coefficient, and radiation intensity, respectively.

6), (7) When particles or voids become smaller than about half the wavelength of light, the light

scattering coefficient decreases.

5 m are shown in Figs 2a,c,d and the ratio of the absorption coefficient to the

scattering coefficient is shown in Fig.

Three of the four hybrid poplar BRMP had bleached brightness and light

scattering coefficient equal to those of aspen.

Indoor and outdoor contributions to indoor light

scattering coefficient at 54 residences in Seattle, WA.

Monte Carlo simulation scheme as explained earlier was implemented to obtain the diffusely reflected light for a range of reduced

scattering coefficient ([[micro].

When particles or voids become smaller than about half the wavelength of the light, the light

scattering coefficient decreases.

Therefore, we developed a new method for calculating the RBA in which the

scattering coefficient and sheet density are corrected for changes in the fiber cross-sectional shape.

infinity]]([lambda]) is then related to the ratio of the light absorption coefficient K([lambda]) to the light

scattering coefficient S([lambda]) as: