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Reduction of ultraviolet scattering from a continuous light source in a littrow type monochromator

Watson, Ronald (1962) Reduction of ultraviolet scattering from a continuous light source in a littrow type monochromator. Applied Spectroscopy, 16 (5). pp. 164-165. ISSN 0003-7028. doi:10.1366/000370262774416164.

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Quantitative spectroscopic experiments in shock tubes such as f-number measurements [for example (1)] require an absolute calibration of the optical system, monochromator, and detector. This is very often done for ultraviolet transitions around 3000-3500A with a tungsten strip filament lamp for which emissivities are known (2).

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Additional Information:© 1962 Society for Applied Spectroscopy. Submitted December 19, 1961. Publication date: 1962-05-01. Work performed under Air Force Contract AF 49 (618)-984
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Official Citation:Reduction of Ultraviolet Scattering from a Continuous Light Source in a Littrow Type Monochromator pp. 164-165(2) Author: Watson, Ronald
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