Abstract

A novel compensating device for use in infrared spectrophotometry has been designed, constructed, and its properties investigated. The device consists of two sector disks rotated synchronously, with phase control on one disk permitting an absolute variation of the transmission factor of the compensator. No operational tests on an actual spectrophotometer have been made.

© 1953 Optical Society of America

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