Suppression of interference effects in spectroscopy using an integrating sphere

Owen, Geraint
March 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar97, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p1369
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of an integrating sphere to suppress interference effects in spectroscopy. Occurrence of interference effects in the optical spectroscopy of thin film samples; Placing samples inside an integrating sphere in the Edwards configuration; Collection of reflected and transmitted light simultaneously; Measurement of absorption dips in thin film samples.


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