Photonics Dictionary

modulation spectroscopy

A method of spectral analysis in which some property of the sample is varied and the corresponding change is measured. The change is induced by a repetitive perturbation such as an electric field, heat pulse or stress. See also electromodulation spectroscopy; photoreflectance.
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