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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Schematic diagram of spectrometer showing source and detector arrangements. The labelled components are S, Nernst source; F, filter being studied; G, grating; L, arsenic trisulfide lens; D, InSb detector cooled with liquid N2. For convenience in drawing, the lens and detector are shown 90° from their actual vertical orientation, above the plane of the paper.

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Dependence of amplitude of Edser–Butler interference on filter orientation. The numbers on the curves refer to fixed angles ϕ between the filter normal and the spectrometer axis. The angles are as follows: 1, 5°; 2, 4°; 3, 3°; 4, 2°; 5, 1°; 6, 0°; 7, −½°; 8, −1°; 9, −2°; 10, −3°; 11, −4°.

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