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A Microilluminator for the Study of the Infrared Spectra of Small Samples at Low Temperatures

Badger, Richard M. and Newman, Roger (1951) A Microilluminator for the Study of the Infrared Spectra of Small Samples at Low Temperatures. Review of Scientific Instruments, 22 (12). pp. 935-936. ISSN 0034-6748. doi:10.1063/1.1745832.

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An instrument is described which combines the functions of a reflecting microscope and a low temperature cell. It permits infrared absorption spectra to be obtained on single microcrystals at low temperatures, using polarized radiation.

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Additional Information:Copyright © 1951 American Institute of Physics. Received April 17, 1951. We gratefully acknowledge very useful advice given to us in the early stages of the optical design by Dr. J.L. Greenstein of this Institute. Gates and Crellin Laboratories of Chemistry, Contribution No. 1559. The instrument described here was developed in connection with a research program supported by the ONR under Contract N6-ori-102, VI.
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