Abstract

An x-ray spectrograph of simple construction but of considerable precision is described in detail. It is of the rotating crystal type and the record is made upon a photographic film bent in the arc of a circle. The instrument is very easy to set up and the precision of the results is quite good for a device of this type.

© 1926 Optical Society of America

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