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Spectroscopy Poised To Enhance Spectral Analysis for Food, Agriculture and Pharmaceuticals

News   Feb 28, 2020 | Original story from The Optical Society.

 
Spectroscopy Poised To Enhance Spectral Analysis for Food, Agriculture and Pharmaceuticals

The researchers used their new direct hyperspectral dual-comb imaging approach to acquire hyperspectral images of ammonia gas escaping from a bottle. The left image shows a photograph of the scene while the right image shows a map of ammonia transmittance extracted from a single interferogram. The inset shows the spectral response measured by the system at a particular pixel. Credit: Pedro Martín-Mateos, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

 
 
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