A chamber for spectroscopy of tissue sheets is described which gives a three-fold increase in signal without, in general, an increase in noise. Design considerations are discussed.
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Supported by grants from the Research Corporation and the National Science Foundation (GB 4074).
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Kidder, G.W. Multiple-pass chamber for spectroscopy of tissue sheets. Pflugers Arch. 311, 265–267 (1969). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00590530