Abstract

A correction table is given to simplify conversion of the wavelengths of Raman lines observed as angstroms (in air) to wave numbers (in vacuum). Two more elaborate tables for direct conversion are described. All tables were calculated by punched card machines using the Barrell and Sears dispersion formula.

© 1951 Optical Society of America

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