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A practical guide to Terahertz imaging using thermal atomic vapour

  title={A practical guide to Terahertz imaging using thermal atomic vapour},
  author={Lucy A. Downes and Lara Torralbo-Campo and Kevin J. Weatherill},
. This tutorial aims to provide details on the underlying principles and methodologies of atom-based terahertz imaging techniques. Terahertz imaging is a growing field of research which can provide complementary information to techniques using other regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Unlike infrared, visible and ultraviolet radiation, terahertz passes through many everyday materials, such as plastics, cloth and card. Compared with images formed using lower frequencies, terahertz images… 



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