Multiple-exposure holographic interferometry with rotation of a recording medium for investigation of fast processes

Lyalikov, A. M.
March 2006
Optics & Spectroscopy;Mar2006, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p463
Academic Journal
Some specific features of recording holograms with rotation of a recording medium between exposures are considered. It is shown that the rotation of the recording medium makes it possible to exclude completely the effect of aberrations of the recording/rerecording system in the formation of interference patterns characterizing the phase change by an object under study during the time interval between the instants at which the corresponding holograms are recorded.


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