Fourier transform spectroscopy with a laser frequency comb

@inproceedings{Mandon2009FourierTS,
  title={Fourier transform spectroscopy with a laser frequency comb},
  author={Julien Mandon and Guy Guelachvili and Nathalie Picqu{\'e}},
  year={2009}
}
Molecular fingerprinting using absorption spectroscopy is a powerful analytical method, particularly in the infrared, the region of intense spectral signatures. Fourier transform spectroscopy—the widely used and essential tool for broadband spectroscopy—enables the recording of multi-octavespanning spectra, exhibiting 100 MHz resolution with an accuracy of 1 3 10 and 1 3 10 in wavenumber and intensity determination, respectively. Typically, 1 3 10 independent spectral elements may be measured… CONTINUE READING
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