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  1. R. B. Dunn, ISA Trans. 5, 119 (1966).
  2. V. Chandrasekharan, H. Damany, Appl. Opt. 7, 939 (1968).
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R. B. Dunn, ISA Trans. 5, 119 (1966).

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R. B. Dunn, ISA Trans. 5, 119 (1966).

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Schematic of the polarimeter. (L1, L2) and (L3, L4) are the collimating and reimaging lenses (f = ∓ 100 mm), L1 and L4 are LLF 1 glass, L2 and L3 calcium fluorite, W = achromatic λ/4 plate, SP = Savart plate, S = circular slit (radius 6 mm), and PB = polarizing beam splitter. The drawing below S shows the orientation of the fringes with respect to the slit.

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Fig. 2

Example of the Savart fringes—the 5500-Å region—of a 100% polarized laboratory emission line source.

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Fig. 3

Spectrum of the corona and prominences during the 7 March 1970 eclipse. Exposure time = 30-sec Kodak Aerographic Infrared film (SO2424).

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