Abstract

An optical system with no moving mechanical parts has been installed in a rapid scanning spectrometer to program the spectral slit width as a function of wavelength. A set of contoured slits and baffles maintains a good balance between signal and resolution and keeps the dynamic range of the background signal within reasonable limits.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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