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Chemical Technology, Control and Management

Abstract

The relevance of the present study devoted to the creation of modern information measuring systems with sensors based on diffraction gratings is shown. Information on the acousto-optic effect and acousto-optic materials is presented. A comparative assessment of the characteristics and possible applications of instruments and systems based on different physical effects and phenomena was carried out on foreign and domestic patent and technical literature. Based on the analysis of the literature, the task was set and the choice of effective ways of achieving the goal of the present work was accomplished. Perspective information and measuring systems with sensors based on diffraction gratings, as well as inadequate attention to design issues, have been established. The need for research in this field has been formulated.

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46

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50

DOI

https://doi.org/10.34920/2018.4-5.46-50

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