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Figure 6: Appearances of the blood mimicking fluid sample in transparence glass. (a) After 3 weeks (1–6 weeks). A precipitate or float did not appear, and the acoustical properties didn't change. (b) After 7 weeks. The poly (4-methyl styrene) particles were started clotting, but precipitate or float did not appear too. Liquid density: 1.04 g/ml. Particle diameter: 3–8 μm

Figure 6: Appearances of the blood mimicking fluid sample in transparence glass. (a) After 3 weeks (1–6 weeks). A precipitate or float did not appear, and the acoustical properties didn't change. (b) After 7 weeks. The poly (4-methyl styrene) particles were started clotting, but precipitate or float did not appear too. Liquid density: 1.04 g/ml. Particle diameter: 3–8 μm