Definition of interferometry in English:

interferometry

noun

Physics
  • See interferometer

    • ‘Researchers use ground-based lasers and optical interferometry to detect gravity waves.’
    • ‘Until this breakthrough, laser interferometry had been the poor cousin to bars in the gravity wave game.’
    • ‘Since the field of gravity wave interferometry is still so new, the researchers involved come from diverse backgrounds.’
    • ‘The unique advantage of interferometry is that the wavelength or frequency of the radiation used acts as an inherently precise measuring device.’
    • ‘The solution is to use optical interferometry.’

Pronunciation

interferometry

/ˌɪntəfəˈrɒmɪtri/