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Quantitative phase imaging using spectrally resolved white light interferometry

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Abstract

A spectrally resolved white light interferometry is demonstrated using a discrete spectrum light sources (i.e., RGB LEDs) and monochrome CCD camera for the multi-color quantitative phase imaging of biological cells without color cross talk.

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