, Volume 86, Issue 4, pp 661-665

Diffusing-wave spectroscopy in randomly inhomogeneous media with spatially localized scatterer flows

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Abstract

Multiple scattering of laser radiation in a randomly inhomogeneous turbid medium with a spatially localized flow of particles is studied. The time autocorrelation function of backscattered light is calculated for the case of a laminar flow of scatterers in a cylindrical capillary embedded in the medium. A new method is proposed and tested experimentally for determining the position of the dynamic region and the dominant form and characteristic velocity of the particle motion there.

Zh. Éksp. Teor. Fiz. 113, 1213–1222 (April 1998)