Abstract

A stroboscopic light source is described for observing the kinetic behavior of chemical systems by absorption spectrometry. The light consists of a short train of flashes in an accurately timed sequence. Such a system takes advantage of the brilliance of the xenon flash source while at the same time making it possible to observe the system at a sequence of times. Accurate timing is inherent in the apparatus.

© 1960 Optical Society of America

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