1 January 1998 Simultaneous measurement of dispersion, spectrum, and distance with a Fourier Transform spectrometer
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Abstract
A Fourier transform spectrometer is used to simultaneously measure distance, dispersion and spectrum. It is shown that short coherence interferometry has the potential to measure the three-dimensional distribution of the spatial structure of a sample with a resolution determined by the coherence length of the light source, absorption spectrum with a resolution of 1 cm?1 and a dispersion with a resolution of up to 10?5.
Thomas Hellmuth, M. Welle, "Simultaneous measurement of dispersion, spectrum, and distance with a Fourier Transform spectrometer," Journal of Biomedical Optics 3(1), (1 January 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.429885 . Submission:
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