Use of a charge coupled device camera for low-angle elastic light scattering

Ferri, Fabio
June 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun97, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p2265
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of a charge coupled device camera to implement a low-angle elastic light scattering setup. Particular arrangement of the optical elements that allows one to avoid any vignetting problem; Calibration of the instrument; Schematic diagram of the detection optics.


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