Abstract

In this comment the modulation is explained by the pulse lengthening that is caused by the path-length difference that accompanies the grating spectrometer. It is proposed that such a path-length difference is a direct function of the resolution of any type of spectrometer or monochromator.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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