Biophysics, Poster

COMPLEX ANALYSIS OF THE BLOOD USING CHIRPED PHOTONIC CRYSTAL FIBER

A.A. Zanishevskaya, A.V. Malinin, Yu. S. Skibina, I. Yu. Silokhin, V.V. Tuchin, V.A. Dubrovskiy, A.A. Dolmashkin

ABSTRACT

Chirped photonic crystal fiber (PCF) represents a structure of two-dimensional photonic crystal in its cross-section. Photonic crystal is a dielectric medium with periodic spatial modulation of dielectric constant. Spectral characteristics of photonic crystal fibers depend on internal geometry of the fiber, but at the same time, optical properties of medium, filling the hollow core of PCF like refractive index, coefficient of scattering and absorption, make a significant impact to PCF’s guiding properties. A significant influence of internal medium’s refractive index, absorption and scattering coefficient on a PCF’s guiding properties becomes basis for design of blood comprehensive analysis automatization technique specifically includes blood typing, determination blood plasm glucose and hemoglobin concentration. Recently obtained experimental results, regarding PCF’s sensitivity for internal medium optical properties changing, are presented as well.

Representing author

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Anton Malinin

Sararov State University, PhD-student
Saratov, Russia

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