Diffraction grating spectrographs by Sumner P. Davis

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Subjects:

  • Diffraction gratings.,
  • Spectrograph.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 57-69.

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Statement[by] Sumner P. Davis.
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LC ClassificationsQC415 .D38
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Paginationviii, 73 p.
Number of Pages73
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5216150M
ISBN 100030772052
LC Control Number75081176

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where m is the diffraction order and N is the total number of grooves on the entire grating surface. Note, however, that the grating equation places restrictions on the possible combinations of m and N. The measured resolving power of a real grating is less than the theoretical value if the grating surface or the grating grooves are deviating from the ideal shape and position.

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DIFFRACTION GRATINGS Takeshi Namioka Tohoku University Sendai, Japan introduction The history of diffraction gratings [ l, 21 can be traced back to when Rittenhouse made the first known transmission grating by winding human hair between two parallel fine by: 3.Gratings: Theory and Numeric Applications, R λ = ∆λ () Classical diffraction theories show that the spectral resolution is proportional to the number of grooves illuminated by the incident beam, and inversely proportional to cos(θ.

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