What is Fourier Transform Spectrosopy?
Answer Posted / bhavin mehta
This is a family of spectroscopic techniques in which the
sample is irradiated by all relevant wavelengths
simultaneously for a short period of time.
The absorption spectrum is obtained by applying a
mathematical analysis to the resulting energy pattern.
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