1 September 2015 Characterizing the kinetics of suspended cylindrical particles by polarization measurements
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Abstract
Polarization has promising potential to retrieve the information of the steady samples, such as tissues. However, for the fast changing sample such as the suspended algae in the water, the kinetics of the particles also influence the scattered polarization. The present paper will show our recent results to extract the information about the kinetics of the suspended cylindrical particles by polarization measurements. The sample is the aqueous suspension of the glass fibers stirred by a magnetic stirrer. We measure the scattered polarization of the fibers by use of a simultaneous polarization measurement system and obtain the time series of two orthogonal polarization components. By use of correlation analysis, we obtain the time parameters from the auto-correlation functions of the polarization components, and observe the changes with the stirring speeds. Results show that these time parameters indicate the immigration of the fibers. After discussion, we find that they may further characterize the kinetics, including the translation and rotation, of the glass fibers in the fluid field.
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Ran Liao, Ran Liao, Xueheng Ou, Xueheng Ou, Hui Ma, Hui Ma, } "Characterizing the kinetics of suspended cylindrical particles by polarization measurements", Proc. SPIE 9613, Polarization Science and Remote Sensing VII, 961314 (1 September 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2192993; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2192993
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