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A) cell with no insonification. (b) cell with localized insonification. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES 31 The main disadvantage of this imaging technique is that the response time for the particles to orient themselves when insonification is present, or to become randomly oriented in the absence of insonification, is too long for authentic real-time operation. Nevertheless, the idea is intriguing and has attracted much attention over the years since it was first proposed. In fact, the Pohlman cell is still being studied at present in various research laboratories for a variety of specialized applications.
Since then, a multiplicity of methods have been proposed for providing such a capability. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES II. 1 Langevin One of the first solid accomplishments in using ultrasound for "imaging" was made by Paul Langevin during World War I. Langevin, a major French physicist, had widely ranging interests and had previously studied X rays, relativity, para-magnetism, dia-magnetism, ionic transport, and thermodynamics, among other scientific topics. Although he concerned himself mainly with philosophical questions, he did not neglect the technological implications of his work.
Green, Ed. New York: Plenum, 1974, pp. 633-645.  o. Muhlhauser, "Verfahren zur Zustandsbestimmung von Werkstoffen, besonders zur Ermittlung von Fehlern darin," German Patent No. 569598, 1931.  R. Pohlman, "Uber die richtende wirkung des Schallfeldes auf Suspensionen nicht kugelformiger Teilchen," Zeitschrift fur Physik, Vol. 107, pp. 497-507, 1937.  Editorial Staff, "An interview with the father of holography," Optical Spectra, Vol. 9, pp. 32-33, October 1970.  P. Greguss, "Ultrasonic holograms," Res.
Acoustic Imaging: Cameras, Microscopes, Phased Arrays, and Holographic Systems by Byron B. Brenden (auth.), Glen Wade (eds.)