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Description: of 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
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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
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Guide for Choosing a Method for Determining the Index of Refraction and Dispersion of Glass -- ASTM C1648-12Supplier: ASTM International
Description: of central illumination), 220.127.116.11 Apparent depth of microscope focus (the method of the Duc de Chaulnes), 18.104.22.168 Critical Angle Refractometers (Abbe type and Pulfrich type), 22.214.171.124 Metricon 2 system, 126.96.36.199 Vee-block refractometers, 188.8.131.52 PrismShow More
Standards and Technical Documents - Standard Guide for Choosing a Method for Determining the Index of Refraction and Dispersion of Glass -- ASTM C1648-06Supplier: ASTM International
Description: illumination), Apparent depth of microscope focus (the method of the Duc de Chaulnes), Critical Angle Refractometers (Abbe type and Pulfrich type), Metricon system, Vee-block refractometers, Prism spectrometer, and Specular reflectance. 1.1.2 Test methodsShow More
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