Abstract

Concave gratings possess a number of characteristics which should make them of interest to earth-bound stellar spectroscopists. Evaluation of a number of specific spectrograph and spectrometer designs indicates that concave grating instruments can be extremely efficient, and therefore are particularly suitable for nebular spectrographs and broad-band spectrophotometry.

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