alexa Non Axial point Source

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Non Axial point Source

For a point source not located on the axis of detector the path length functions allowed depend on two things only where the photon enters the detecting material and where it leaves. These things in turn depend on the location of the source (its height “z” and the axial distance “ρ”) as well as the polar and azimuth angle.

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