Abstract

The commercial General Electric spectrophotometer has been modified so as to afford automatic recording over the range 375–1200 mμ. This extended range has been found useful in the analysis of colorless materials, the identification of dyes, and the formulation of infra-red paints.

© 1943 Optical Society of America

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