Abstract

Diagnosis improvement by means of metal nanoparticles possibilities is studied. Set of experiments to reveal their presence in deeper layers of multilayered biological tissue on optical properties is performed. Spectra in the optical range were collected on several distances, from several thicknesses of the first layer. Results are being discussed.

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