Definition of interferogram in English:

interferogram

Syllabification: in·ter·fer·o·gram
Pronunciation: /ˌintərˈfi(ə)rəˌgram
 
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(British also interferogramme)

noun

Physics
A pattern formed by wave interference, especially one represented in a photograph or diagram.
More example sentences
  • This dynamic interferometer with a holographic optical element produces four phase-shifted interferograms imaged on a single detector.
  • The interferogram exhibits well-defined Newton rings, indicating that the vesicle is not moving or does not show strong thermally excited bending fluctuations.
  • When the two interfaces are very close together the path difference between the interfering rays is zero and the interferogram exhibits a minimum in the intensity.

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