The Measurement of Infrared Emission Spectra Using Multiple-Scan Interferometry
A multiple-scan interference spectrometer is described, as are exploratory experiments with the application of the instrument to observe low-temperature emission spectra of various substances, The instrument is highly senstive and could be used for transmission, reflection, and emission spectroscopy, especially in situations where the signals obtained are weak.
KeywordsRelative Emittance Multiple Scanning Core Memory Audio Frequency Sawtooth Signal
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