Determination of optical and geometrical properties of blood cells and microparticle from light scattering measurements

Jonas Constantin Gienger
This thesis deals with the analysis of measurements of the scattering of light by red blood cells (RBCs) and artificial microparticles in order to determine their optical and geometrical properties. The light scattering properties of a particle or cell are determined by its shape and its complex refractive index (RI). RBCs have minimal internal structure and are a popular subject of fundamental research, but are also routinely examined with optical methods in laboratory medicine. Literature...
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