Extracting the Optical characterization of organic nanoparticles in live tissue using iterative method
Recently nanoparticles (NPs) are being evaluated for use in many fields like chemistry, biology, medicine, physics and optics. By using NPs it will be possible to infiltrate materials to the patient's body without the need for injections. For this purpose we have fabricated organic and gold NPs and developed a technique that can detect them within tissues.
The objective of the talk will be to determine the physical penetration depth of NPs into tissues. This talk will present a new noninvasive method for detecting NPs in tissue using an optic iterative technique based on the Gerchberg-Saxton (G-S) algorithm. At the end of this algorithm the reduced scattering coefficient (µs'), of a given substance, can be estimated from the standard deviation (STD) of the retrieved phase of the remitted light.