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Supplier: Teledyne Instruments
Description: performance and price; seldom will you find one that offers both. On the other hand, by focusing on your analytical needs, you may discover a product that meets your requirements at an attractive price; we’ve designed the Prism ICP to be just that instrument.Show More
Supplier: SPIE - Education
Description: noise, are considered. Components such as light sources, gratings, beam-splitters, lenses, mirrors, prisms, and detectors are discussed, as are their combination into absorbance, fluorescence, and scattering spectrometers. Optical aberrations and their influence on resolution and
- Modality: On-site / In Plant
- Technology / Subject: Chemistry / Chemical Analysis, Design / Engineering Methods (ESDU, DFx, etc.), Instruments / Sensors, Photonics / Optics, Specialty / Other
Supplier: Thorlabs, Inc.
Description: The LC1A Swivel Mount is ideal for building 60 mm prism and grating-based systems, such as spectrometers, that require arbitrary angular alignment. The plates and mounting platform of the LC1A are independently lockable. To aid in alignment, there is a scribed scale with 2° increments
- Mount Type: Prism Table
- Adjustment Type: Fixed
- Diameter, Square Side, Rectangular Length, or Elliptical Major Axis: 63.5 mm
Technical Journals - Identification of Organic Pollutants by Infrared Spectroscopy (PDF) -- JAW_0067374Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: processing technique before infrared examination. The instrument used in these studies is a double-beam, optical-null infrared spectrometer, with a Nernst glower source, a thermocouple detector, and a sodium chloride prism as a dispersing element.Show More
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Calcium Fluoride Infrared Optical Components
Calcium Fluoride (CaF2) is widely used in infrared optical systems in windows, lenses, prisms and mirror substrates and is harder than Barium Fluoride. Calcium Fluoride can be used for many applications, including vacuum ultra violet, ultra violet and infrared thermal imaging. Calcium fluoride is (read more)
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Introduction to reflective aberration corrected holographic diffraction gratings
The reflective diffraction grating is the heart of most spectroscopy systems today. Before the 1950's, the prism. was the primary dispersive element in spectrometer designs. The use of an epoxy replication process in the. 1950's led to the mass production of plane ruled reflective diffraction
Design, Calibration and Performance of Microtops II Hand-Held Ozonometer.
into its constituent wavelengths by means of a spectrometer. The dispersing element in the Dobson is a quartz prism in the Dobson and a diffraction grating in the Brewer.
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Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
Prism Spectrometers .......................................................................
Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy in the Electron Microscope
2.1.1 The Magnetic Prism Spectrometer . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction to Imaging Spectrometers
9 • PRISM SPECTROMETERS .
A THz spectrometer based on a CsI prism
The CsI prism spectrometer is sufficiently transparent from 0.2 to 1.1 THz, ensuring an overall energy throughput exceeding 10%.
Progress in far-infrared spectroscopy: Approximately 1890 to 1970
During this period, the Wadsworth-type prism spectrometer shown in Fig. 1 was used for MIR measurements, and the wire grating spectrometer shown in Fig. 2 was used for FIR measurements.
The Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE)
SIM is a newly developed prism spectrometer designed to measure solar irradi- ance throughout the visible and near infrared (Harder et ah, 2005a,b).
System engineering studies for advanced geosynchronous remote sensors: some initial thoughts on the 4th generation
Two hyperspectral sensor architectures were considered: an imaging Fourier transform spectrometer and an imaging prism spectrometer .
The New Physical basic traineeship
Dispersion and prism spectrometers .
Laser Spectroscopy 1
115 4.1.2 Prism Spectrometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transmission Electron Microscopy
115 4.6.1 Postcolumn Prism Spectrometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .