Abstract

The photothermal deflection spectroscopy method is employed in thermal diffusivity measurements of solids. Thermal diffusivity at room temperature in standard materials such as Poco-graphite and S.S. 1.4970 stabilized austenitic steel is measured and compared with the tabulated values.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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