electromodulation

electromodulation

[i¦lek·trō‚mäj·ə′lā·shən]
(spectroscopy)
Modulation spectroscopy in which changes in transmission or reflection spectra induced by a perturbing electric field are measured.
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At the first stage of our work, we tested the possibility of changing the color of the thermochromic strips as a result of electromodulation of thermal properties of graphene.
Pollak, "Study of semiconductor surfaces and interfaces using electromodulation," Surface and Interface Analysis, vol.
Chen, "Electromodulation of the optical constants of rutile in the uv," Physical Review, vol.