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Radiation‐induced thermal noise in optoacoustic detection cells
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7.The form of here appears unusual at first sight in that it describes a negative heat deposition during part of the cycle. The frequency response function, however, is a purely mathematical property of the system, and its determination does not require casting the problem in terms of a physical solution. The function could have been written in the form however, the linear operators in Eq. (4) give a superposition of solutions, with only the cosine term being relevant for determination of
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