By Kai-Erik Peiponen, Erik M. Vartiainen, Toshimitsu Asakura
This publication is dedicated to dispersion conception in linear and nonlinear optics. Dispersion relatives and techniques of study in optical spectroscopy are derived due to advanced research. The ebook introduces the mathematical foundation and derivations of assorted dispersion family members which are utilized in optical spectroscopy. furthermore, it provides the dispersion idea of the nonlinear optical methods that are crucial in glossy optical spectroscopy. The e-book contains new tools equivalent to the utmost entropy version for wavelength-dependent spectra research.
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