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Ippen and his group continue to pioneer important new areas of optics, particularly in the areas of femtosecond science and ultra-highspeed devices, inventing new methods for generating extremely short bursts of light using lasers, innovating techniques to exploit the time resolution such pulses provide, and using these new techniques to probe ultrafast phenomena in materials. At the image plane a series of rings is formed, each of a different order of interference given by mλ = 2tcosθ.

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Publisher: SPIE Press; 2 edition (August 5, 2011)

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