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I want process ZQ evolution in the indirect dimension.
In Professor Pervushin's paper(Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA
Vol. 96, pp. 96079612, August 1999). He has mentioned "After Fourier transformation in the w2 dimension, the
complex interferogram is multiplied by exp[2iwht1], where wh is the
offset in the w2 dimension relative to the 1H carrier frequency in rad/s."
Can anyone tell me the detail.
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