1 December 1974 Holographic Spectroscopy
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Holography can be used to record the Fourier transform of the source spectrum directly onto a photographic emulsion. Coherent optical processing of the hologram can be used to display the spectrum as intensity versus wave number (spatially displayed). Analogies with ordinary Fourier transform spectroscopy and with Fourier transform holography are explored in detail. The advantages and disadvantages of holographic spectroscopy are discussed.
H. J. Caulfield, "Holographic Spectroscopy," Optical Engineering 13(6), 136481 (1 December 1974). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7978710 . Submission:
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