Terahertz spectroscopy


Terahertz spectroscopy

Terahertz frequency radiation for spectroscopy is typically generated in one of three ways:
* time domain terahertz spectroscopy (TDTS), using ultrashort laser pulses
* photomixing, mixing two radiation sources to generate their difference frequency
* Fourier transform spectroscopy, using a blackbody radiation source


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