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...instrument or spectrometer generally consists of entrance slit, collimator, a dispersive element, such as a grating or prism, focusing optics and detector. In a monochromator system there is normally also an exit slit, and only a narrow portion of the spectrum is projected on a one-element detector...

...but further increase in the path difference will not cause the fringes to reappear. Image brightness, contrast, energy conservation. Etendue. Comparison to other common spectrometers. Prism spectrometer. Grating spectrometer. A Michelson interferometer has very high brightness for the same...

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...

...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....

...of the discovery of "invisible light" by Sir Frederick William Herschel in 1800. With a prism set at his window to refract sunlight, Herschel moved the bulb of a mercury thermometer through the visible spectrum produced by the prism. As the bulb passed through the spectrum, Herschel recorded the thermometer...

...such as elliptical galaxies and galaxies that have red colors due to a high degree of dust absorption. The entire HUDF also was observed with the advanced camera's "grism" spectrograph, a hybrid prism and diffraction grating. "The grism spectra have already yielded the identification of about a thousand...

...speci-. 10 p.p.m.). Specimens were oriented by X-ray Laue. mens (run N798, Table 1) were placed in simple. back-re¯ection so that the longest dimension was. gold capsules that were sealed by arc-welding. perpendicular to [0001] at 458 to a f11 "20g prism. Specimens were contaminated by silver, probably...

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