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22 October 1976 Polarized Light In Chemistry
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Abstract
Some uses of polarized light in optical spectroscopy are summarized. The application of modulation techniques to the study of linear and circular dichroism is discussed. The advantages and disadvantages of currently available electro-optic and photoelastic modulators for phase modulation of light are surveyed. An example of a new phenomenon - vibrational circular dichroism - rendered observable by the development of the photoelastic modulator is presented.
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P. J. Stephens "Polarized Light In Chemistry", Proc. SPIE 0088, Polarized Light: Instruments, Devices, Applications, (22 October 1976); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.955015
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