Abstract

Calculated and measured relative intensities for three orders appearing simultaneously in the spectrum of an echelette grating at λ 4.211 mm are obtained in both polarizations. Agreement with a calculation based on the Kirchhoff formula is found only for radiation plane polarized with E perpendicular to the grooves. An echelette grating is shown to be a polarizing agent.

© 1958 Optical Society of America

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