Abstract

A vacuum ultraviolet monochromator for the region 1000A to 2000A is described in detail. The limited range makes rotation of the grating about a point and simplified construction feasible, since the loss of resolution at the extreme of wave-length is only 0.1 percent of the measured wave-length. The spectrum of the hydrogen source and a typical absorption curve are given.

© 1949 Optical Society of America

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