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Molecular spectroscopy with frequency combs

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Author(s)

Ian R. Coddington

Abstract

Pulsed femtosecond frequency combs are rapidly developing as a powerful spectroscopic tool. As a spectroscopic source stabilized frequency combs potentially offer broad spectral coverage, near perfect frequency accuracy, low timing jitter and broadband compatibility with resonant cavities. This talk will focus on the first three advantages in a dual comb spectroscopic technique that is highly analogous to traditional Fourier transform spectroscopy.

Keywords

Frequency Combs, spectroscopy

Citation

Coddington, I. (2010), Molecular spectroscopy with frequency combs (Accessed March 1, 2024)
Created March 1, 2010, Updated February 19, 2017