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Some Characteristics of an Ebert Spectrograph

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Some of the characteristics of an Ebert 3.4 m plane grating spectrograph have been examined in order to ascertain the optimum conditions for its use in quantitative spectrographic analysis. Of special interest were the higher order; not conveniently reached by many spectrographs produced for general analytical work. A limitation on the use of high dispersions when the dc arc or ac spark is employed as the excitation source is discussed.
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Affiliations: Division of Applied Chemistry, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada

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