Chromatic Dispersion

Because liquids tend to have dispersion values that are one or two orders of magnitude greater than solids, you can “tune” the filter by heating or cooling it, changing the color of the passband.

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Chromatic Dispersion

Because liquids tend to have dispersion values that are one or two orders of magnitude greater than solids, you can “tune” the filter by heating or cooling it, changing the color of the passband.

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