Abstract

The construction and some of the calculations for a new multireflection Raman cell are described. The cell has a small volume, may be used at high pressures and low temperatures, and is intended for use with a laser and a spectrometer. The cell constructed yields a scattered light signal 4 to 5 times that possible with an optimum double pass laser illuminated cell. Higher gains can be achieved by altering the cell dimensions.

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