1 October 1992 Acousto-optics in Poland
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Polish achievements in acousto-optics are reviewed, including optical holographic interferometric methods for ultrasonic fields and vibrating transducer examination, ultrasonic light diffraction phenomena and their modulation problems, material examination of anisotropic liquids and solids, and construction of acousto-optical devices. Topics reflect research being conducted in university centers in Gdansk, Gliwice, Poznan, and Warsaw. The studies are described and illustrated by means of arbitrarily chosen examples. Over one hundred references are cited.
Antoni Sliwinski, "Acousto-optics in Poland," Optical Engineering 31(10), (1 October 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.58874 . Submission:
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