The techniques of small particle holography are extended in an elementary way to show that multiple exposure holography can be used to study the dynamic properties of particle fields. Experimental techniques for performing such a study are then described. Finally, as a typical example, a multiple exposure hologram of an aerosol is presented with a portion of the data extracted from it. The hologram exhibits a vast amount of information including the determination of the velocity and density field, size distribution, flow structure, and diffusion rate.
J. D. Trolinger, R. A. Belz, and W. M. Farmer, "Holographic Techniques for the Study of Dynamic Particle Fields," Appl. Opt. 8, 957-961 (1969)