Abstract

Comprehensive test specifications have been developed for the Beckman DK spectrophotometers, which may be applied, with appropriate modifications, to other recording photoelectric spectrophotometers.

Average performance of a random sample of DK-2’s as defined by these tests, has been calculated.

© 1958 Optical Society of America

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