Abstract

The general conditions for the production of stigmatic images with concave or plane gratings are derived. Several practical methods of realizing these conditions have been devised using a cylindrical lens with plane mirrors, or a concave mirror alone, between the slit and the grating.

© 1935 Optical Society of America

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