A simple, low-cost, versatile charge-coupled device spectrometer for plasma spectroscopy

Den, D. J.; Holly, D. J.
January 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jan1997, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p1036
Academic Journal
Details the construction of a low-cost charge-coupled device spectrometer capable of both high resolution and large bandpass. Instrument description; Alignment and calibration of the spectrometer; Diagnostic applications.


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