Modified Beer Lambert Law

Definition: A common approach to measuring changes in the tissue absorption using continuous waves methods is based on a generalization of Beer-Lambert law in conjunction with the assumption that the scattering properties of tissue do not vary with time. The modified Beer-Lambert law (mBLL) can be expressed as follows:

Alternative definition:

Synonym: modified Bouguer-Beer-Lambert Law


Related terms: Beer Lambert Law, Light Intensity, Molar Absorption  

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