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VUV, EUV MONOCHROMATOR

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2005
McPhersonRequest Info
 
The model 225 1-m monochromator from McPherson Inc. performs rapid data collection and simplified spectral analysis, and features a built-in calibration port. Suitable for experimental physics experiments using high-temperature plasma, the device resolves 0.01 nm. It offers interchangeable triple-grating turrets, dual entrance and exit port configurations, and diffraction gratings for 30 to 1000 nm. It has a stainless steel vacuum construction with minimal Viton O-ring seals for pumping to 10 to 8 t. Multiple port configurations facilitate mounting of fast detectors such as channel electron multipliers, photomultipliers or slower CCD detectors. A proprietary focal plane tip/tilt drive augments direct-detection CCDs.


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GLOSSARY
monochromator
Also known as monochromatic illuminator. An instrument for isolating narrow portions of the spectrum. The spectrum of any light source is formed by a prism or grating, and an exit slit placed in the spectrum selects a narrow band of wavelengths for emission. By moving the spectrum of a source internally past the slit, the color of the emitted light can be varied at will. As most monochromators emit several percentages of unwanted light -- either white or of the wrong wavelength -- along with...
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