Methods of Studying the Spectral Composition of Scattered Light
In studying the spectral intensity distribution in the wing of the Rayleigh line, we used a photoelectric method of recording the spectra. As spectral apparatus we used a DFS-12 diffraction spectrograph with two 600 lines/mm replica gratings working in the second order. The apparatus had a dispersion of 4.6 Å/mm. For slits of ~ 2–4 μ the half-width of the apparatus function, together with the intrinsic worth of the Hg 4358 A line, was ~0.6 cm-1. The main arrangement of the apparatus is shown in Fig. 1.
KeywordsExciting Light Aperture Angle Rayleigh Line Apparatus Function Exciting Line
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