can you please send me a picture of calibration for the green color on my spectrometer. that is f...
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by KristinaTamara |
June 02, 2019 20:28 |
can you please send me a picture of calibration for the green color on my spectrometer. that is for the final grade in physics project. and that would be very helpful. thanks in advance a
Some time ago, I wrote an article about calibrating spectrographs of this type. The article is entitled "Spectrographic mask for digitally recording bright source spectra". It was originally written in Portuguese, but I provided a version in English that can be read here:
Please, go to Section IV. I hope it helps.
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