Abstract

The use of added camera mirrors in a high-dispersion grating monochromator to extend its application to the simultaneous observation of two (or several) wavelengths without diminution of aperture, and with arbitrary separation of the lines on the plate, is described.

© 1961 Optical Society of America

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