1. Spectral Line Shape Derived from the Motion of a Damped Mass on a Spring. 2. Fourier Transforms for Analog (Continuous) Waveforms. 3. Fourier Transforms of Digital (Discrete) Waveforms. 4. Fourier Transform Spectrometry: Common Features. 5. Noise. 6. Non-FT Methods for Proceeding from Time- to Frequency-Domain. 7. Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry. 8. FT/NMR. 9. FT/Interferometry. 10. Epilog: Fourier Transforms in Other Types of Spectroscopy. References. Problems (at the end of each chapter). Solutions to problems. Appendices. Index.