Real-time wave-amplitude spectrum analyzer for air-liquid interfaces

Barter, J.D.; Lee, P.H.Y.
April 1994
Applied Physics Letters;4/11/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 15, p1896
Academic Journal
Describes a method for the measurement of surface height profiles on air-liquid interfaces. Obtainment of wave amplitude spectra from electronically imaged surface height profiles; Reliance of the measurement principles on the volume attenuation of light in the liquid; Demonstration of surface height resolution.


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