Abstract: VIS/NIR, fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy are usually applied in a relative manner. Thus, no absolute numbers, e.g., for the concentration of tissue chromophores, the tissue microstructure or the fluorescence and Raman signals are obtained. By contrast, based on the thorough description and precise measurement of the light propagation in scattering media it is, in principle, possible to perform absolute spectroscopy. In this talk a variety of measuring setups are presented which enable one-, two- and three-dimensional absolute spectroscopy using analytical and numerical solutions of Maxwell’s equations and the radiative transfer equation.
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