Abstract

A short review is presented of the academic research of the past five years in infrared physics. The principal areas included are studies of molecular spectra under very high resolution, infrared studies of the atmosphere, and the development of novel techniques of measuring and analyzing spectra, such as interferometric techniques, particularly in the region of the far infrared.

© 1962 Optical Society of America

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