An improved linear retarder for time-resolved circular dichroism studies

Esquerra, R.M.; Lewis, J.W.; Kliger, D.S.
March 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar97, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p1372
Academic Journal
Focuses on a variable linear retarder which produces well-characterized, elliptically polarized light throughout a broad spectral range. Strain plate that consists of a round fused silica plate compressed with springs; Simplification of time-resolved circular dichroism measurements; Improved quality of data and kinetic resolution of intermediates.


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