Direct Frequency Comb Spectroscopy
March Meeting 2010
For broad spectral coverage, ultrahigh spectral resolution, ultrahigh detection sensitivity, and massively parallel detection channelsro
Presented Wednesday, March 17, 2010
National Institute of Standards and Technology
University of Colorado
Direct frequency comb spectroscopy was first developed in JILA (Science '04). Its cavity-enhanced version (Science '06) has allowed for powerful combinations of broad spectral coverage, ultrahigh spectral resolution, ultrahigh detection sensitivity, and massively parallel detection channels. This new form of spectroscopy is now finding applications ranging from breath analysis, trace monitoring, to fundamental molecular dynamics research.
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