Schaefer–Bergmann diffraction

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Schaefer–Bergmann diffraction is the resulting diffraction pattern of light interacting with sound waves in transparent crystals or glasses.[1]

Picture of Schaefer–Bergmann diffraction: He–Ne laser through tellurium dioxide AOD. Image also available on Figshare.[2]

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  1. ^ Schaefer, C.; Bergmann, L. (1934). "Über neue Beugungserscheinungen an schwingenden Kristallen". Die Naturwissenschaften. 22 (41): 685–690. Bibcode:1934NW.....22..685S. doi:10.1007/BF01495199. 
  2. ^ Schaefer-Bergmann Diffraction, acousto-optic, 1999. Steven J. Koch. FigShare. Retrieved 14:26, March 27, 2011 hdl.handle.net/10779/Schaefer-Bergmann Diffraction, acousto-optic, 1999