Abstract

A 1-meter normal incidence vacuum grating monochromator, designed from the points of view of speed in operation, versatility, automatic scanning, and photoelectric recording, is described. The instrument is equipped with a three-speed synchronous direct reading wavelength drive, with entrance and exit slit turrets which permit rapid interchange of three slits, and with a fast pumping system.

© 1951 Optical Society of America

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