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Quantitative Phase Microscopy with Multi-Wavelength Unwrapping and Tomographic 3D Reconstruction

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Asynchronous digital holography has been developed for quantitative phase measurements, and will be extended to multi-wavelength phase unwrapping and 3D tomographic reconstruction. Results acquired from standard samples and also live cell samples will be presented.

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