Description of the data set for the paper "Coherent backscattering of light by an anisotropic biological network".
•)Data_Experimental (Fig3,4d):
experimental data measured of the coherent backscattering signal
•)Data_Figure3_TheoryFinite:
fit of the experimental data using the analytical theory for media with finite thickness
•)Data_Figure3_TheorySemi:
fit of the experimental data using the analytical theory for media with semi-infinite thickness
•)Data_Figure4d_FitSimulations:
fit of the experimental data using the Monte Carlo code that we developed for anisotropic media
•)Fig4c_lz=1.35,ly=1_15um_100k:
data obtained with the Monte Carlo code using a sample thickness of 15µm, 100000 photons and a mean free path vector=(1,1,1.35)
•)Fig4c_lz=1.35,ly=1.35_15um_100k:
data obtained with the Monte Carlo code using a sample thickness of 15µm, 100000 photons and a mean free path vector=(1.35,1.35,1.35)
•)Fig4c_lz=1.35,ly=2_15um_100k:
data obtained with the Monte Carlo code using a sample thickness of 15µm, 100000 photons and a mean free path vector=(2,2,1.35)
•)Fig4c_lz=1.35,ly=5_15um_100k:
data obtained with the Monte Carlo code using a sample thickness of 15µm, 100000 photons and a mean free path vector=(5,5,1.35)
•)Fig4c_lz=1.35,ly=10_15um_100k:
data obtained with the Monte Carlo code using a sample thickness of 15µm, 100000 photons and a mean free path vector=(10,10,1.35)