Holog. interferocemtry with high-speed photog. at 1000 frames/s was used to study the coherent short-term structure of turbulent C6H14 pool flames and to det. the instantaneous n, d., and temp. profiles, whereas gas chromatog. was used to det. the concn. profiles of N, O, H2O, CO2, and CO. The d. and temp. distribution was non-Gaussion. The difference between the max. temp. in the luminous zone and in the flame neck was related to the effect of eddies on the heat and mass transfer.