Abstract

A micro device for measuring the spectral dependence of light scattering is described. The device takes advantage of the special feature of a dark-field microscope condenser which permits collection of light from the entire annulus, thus providing sufficient energy for the measurement of scattering with good spectral resolution.

© 1960 Optical Society of America

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