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By Anand Asundi
Impending the subject of electronic holography from the sensible viewpoint of commercial inspection, electronic Holography for MEMS and Microsystem Metrology describes the method of electronic holography and its turning out to be purposes for MEMS characterization, residual rigidity size, layout and assessment, and machine checking out and inspection. Asundi additionally offers a radical theoretical grounding that permits the reader to appreciate easy thoughts and hence determine parts the place this method could be followed. this mix of either functional and theoretical technique will make sure the book's relevance and attract either researchers and engineers prepared to guage the possibility of electronic holography for integration into their present machines and methods. Addresses particle characterization the place electronic holography has confirmed power for dynamic dimension of debris in 3D for sizing and form characterization, with purposes in microfluidics in addition to crystallization and aerosol detection studies.Discusses electronic mirrored image holography, electronic transmission holography, electronic in-line holography, and electronic holographic tomography and applications.Covers different functions together with micro-optical and diffractive optical platforms and the checking out of those elements, and bio-imaging.
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