Abstract

A method of separating the overlapping orders of a concave grating spectrograph in the vacuum ultraviolet region by means of a grazing incidence concave foregrating is described. It is shown that by a suitable choice of the constants of the foregrating it is possible to eliminate the astigmatism of the whole system. Experimental results obtained with such a foregrating are shown.

© 1957 Optical Society of America

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