monochromator


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mon·o·chro·ma·tor

(mon'ō-krō'mā-tŏr, -tōr),
A prism or diffraction grating used in spectrophotometry to isolate a narrow spectral range.

monochromator

(mŏn-ō-krō′mā-tor)
A spectroscope modified for selective transmission of a narrow band of the spectrum.

monochromator

A modified spectroscope for producing nearly monochromatic light.
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A Fery prism monochromator [15] is proposed for illustrating the simulation algorithm.
These new instruments will take full advantage of the large 165 mm diameter beam tubes, with two interchangeable 20x20 [cm.sup.2] double focusing monochromators that provide 400 [cm.sup.2] in reflecting area for each monochromator.
This image is then projected onto the input slit of the computer-controlled Princeton Instruments SP2150 monochromator with aperture ratio f/4.0.
A reduction in divergence of the optical input increases the monochromator optical throughput, producing a 5 dB (factor 3) increase in signal strength.
This lens transfers the image of the output of the monochromator. Some part of a light flow is directed into a reference channel, with the aid of a glass parallel-sided plate.
Radiological protection is provided by fully enclosing both the guide tube from the reactor (70m long) and the monochromator in a 500mm thick 'casemate' made of a mix of concrete and iron discs--termed heavy concrete.
The UV-2550 spectrophotometer features a double blazed grating and double monochromator to handle demanding applications, from small sample volumes to highly absorbing samples.
Introducing a similar product but at the higher end of the market, PerkinElmer introduced the monochromator option for its EnVision Microplate Reader, available with an absorbance or a florescence intensity monochromator.
Data were collected using a PANalytical X'Pert MPD system with X'Cellerator detector and graphite monochromator tuned for Cu radiation.
The filter's design is based on a miniaturized free-space optical monochromator, enabling high adjacent channel isolation, low insertion loss, low polarization dependent loss and low dispersion.
Applications range from routine rocking curve analysis using a hybrid monochromator to detailed reciprocal space mapping to investigate very small deviations in symmetry and perfection.
Plasma emission is studied by a monochromator and a photomultiplier tube hooked up to a computer digitizing card, where Ar I lines are identified in the wavelength range from 300 - 500 nm.