It is often assumed that single scattering is dominant in diluted media. However, the assumption could not be valid depending on the concentration and the depth of the media and the wavelength of light. In this paper, we develop a method to examine the single scattering region, where the assumption is valid, through spectral measurements for different concentrations and depths of a medium. Finally, we examine the single scattering region on several media experimentally.

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