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Measurement of Brillouin Spectra by Fourier-Transform Spectroscopy

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Abstract

The method of Fourier-transform spectroscopy is investigated for the purpose of measuring Brillouin spectra. Initial results are presented for light scattered by CS2. The Michelson fringe visibility was measured at selected interferometer path-length differences, and the data were interpreted to give a very accurate value of hypersonic velocity and a rough value for Brillouin line width.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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