Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more ➡
Standard view
Full view
of .
×

1 Basic deﬁnitions
1.1 Fourier series
1.2 Fourier transform
1.3 Dirac’s delta function
2 General properties of Fourier transforms
2.1 Shift theorem
2.2 Similarity theorem
2.3 Modulation theorem
2.4 Convolution theorem
2.5 Power theorem
2.6 Parseval’s theorem
2.7 Derivative theorem
2.8 Correlation theorem
2.9 Autocorrelation theorem
3 Discrete Fourier transform
3.1 Effect of truncation
3.2 Effect of sampling
3.3 Discrete spectrum
4 Fast Fourier transform (FFT)
4.1 Basis of FFT
4.2 Cooley–Tukey algorithm
4.3 Computation time
5 Other integral transforms
5.1 Laplace transform
5.2 Transfer function of a linear system
5.3 z transform
6 Fourier transform spectroscopy (FTS)
6.1 Interference of light
6.2 Michelson interferometer
6.3 Sampling and truncation in FTS
6.5 Apodization
6.6 Applications of FTS
7 Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy
7.1 Nuclear magnetic moment in a magnetic ﬁeld
7.2 Principles of NMR spectroscopy
7.3 Applications of NMR spectroscopy
8 Ion cyclotron resonance (ICR) mass spectrometry
8.1 Conventional mass spectrometry
8.2 ICR mass spectrometry
8.3 Fourier transforms in ICR mass spectrometry
9 Diffraction and Fourier transform
9.1 Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffraction
9.2 Diffraction through a narrow slit
9.3 Diffraction through two slits
9.4 Transmission grating
9.5 Grating with only three orders
9.6 Diffraction through a rectangular aperture
9.7 Diffraction through a circular aperture
9.8 Diffraction through a lattice
10 Uncertainty principle
10.1 Equivalent width
10.2 Moments of a function
10.3 Second moment
11 Processing of signal and spectrum
11.1 Interpolation
11.2 Mathematical ﬁltering
11.3 Mathematical smoothing
11.4 Distortion and (S/N) enhancement in smoothing
11.5 Comparison of smoothing functions
11.6 Elimination of a background
11.7 Elimination of an interference pattern
11.8 Deconvolution
12 Fourier self-deconvolution (FSD)
12.1 Principle of FSD
12.2 Signal-to-noise ratio in FSD
12.3 Underdeconvolution and overdeconvolution
12.4 Band separation
12.5 Fourier complex self-deconvolution
12.6 Even-order derivatives and FSD
13 Linear prediction
13.1 Linear prediction and extrapolation
13.2 Extrapolation of linear combinations of waves
13.3 Extrapolation of decaying waves
13.4 Predictability condition in the spectral domain
13.5 Theoretical impulse response
13.6 Matrix method impulse responses
13.7 Burg’s impulse response
13.8 The q-curve
13.9 Spectral line narrowing by signal extrapolation
13.10 Imperfect impulse response
13.11 The LOMEP line narrowing method
13.12 Frequency tuning method
13.13 Other applications
13.14 Summary
Bibliography
Index
0 of .
Results for:
P. 1
Fourier Transforms in Spectroscopy

# Fourier Transforms in Spectroscopy

Ratings: (0)|Views: 686|Likes:

### Availability:

See More
See less

05/24/2013

pdf

text

original

Pages 4 to 235 are not shown in this preview.