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I emitted a bunch of optical photons through a box of water and then measured the reflected light. Then, I changed the medium from water to glucose solution (water 60% glucose 40%) but then the value obtained from the reflected light was similar as the water.
After that, when I changed the values of refractive index and attenuation coefficient (absorption and scattering), the results show the changes.
Based on that, seems that the element/material in the medium does not effect the optical photon transportation but depends on the attenuation and refractive index values, and need to be assigned accordingly to the concentration of the glucose solution.
Need advice from experts. Thanks in advanced!
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