Photon scattering cross-section data for freshly excised and filtered liquid pig fat was measured in the interval χ = 0.02 to 0.64 Å-1 (χ = E*[sin(θ/2)]/12.4; E being the photon incident energy (keV) and θ the scattering angle). The experimental results demonstrate that the marked intermolecular effects of coherent scattering in the forward direction can be exploited as a tool for characterizing lean and fatty tissue. Photon scattering cross-section data for freshly excised and filtered liquid pig fat was measured in the interval χ = 0.02 to 0.64 angstroms (χ = E*[sin(θ/2)]/12.4; E being the photon incident energy (keV) and θ the scattering angle). The experimental results demonstrate that the marked intermolecular effects of coherent scattering in the forward direction can be exploited as a tool for characterizing lean and fatty tissue.

Fat and Water Photon Scattering Data for in vivo Lean and Fatty Tissue Composition Study

BONIFAZZI, Claudio;
1998

Abstract

Photon scattering cross-section data for freshly excised and filtered liquid pig fat was measured in the interval χ = 0.02 to 0.64 Å-1 (χ = E*[sin(θ/2)]/12.4; E being the photon incident energy (keV) and θ the scattering angle). The experimental results demonstrate that the marked intermolecular effects of coherent scattering in the forward direction can be exploited as a tool for characterizing lean and fatty tissue. Photon scattering cross-section data for freshly excised and filtered liquid pig fat was measured in the interval χ = 0.02 to 0.64 angstroms (χ = E*[sin(θ/2)]/12.4; E being the photon incident energy (keV) and θ the scattering angle). The experimental results demonstrate that the marked intermolecular effects of coherent scattering in the forward direction can be exploited as a tool for characterizing lean and fatty tissue.
Body fluids; Photons; Scattering; Tissue; Water
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