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Spectroscopy

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prism dispersing mercury spectrum

First Principles[1]

  1. The High Pressure Mercury Vapor Lamp.
  2. The Author's Lamp Collection.

The Double Amici Prism Hand-held Spectroscope[2]

  1. The Double Amici Prism Hand-held Spectroscope.

The Phasmatron Spectroscope[2]

  1. The Phasmatron Spectroscope and Its Operational Diagram.
  2. Optical Characteristics of SF10 Crystal Prisms.
  3. Mechanical Resolution of the Phasmatron Spectroscope.
  4. Calculating the Deviation Angle For a Prism.
  5. Spectrum Angular Width In the Phasmatron Spectroscope.
  6. Measuring Wavelengths With the Phasmatron Spectroscope.
  7. Ghost Images In the Phasmatron Spectroscope.
  8. System Resonance For 2xSF10 Crystal Prisms.
  9. Photography Using the Phasmatron Spectroscope.

A Toy Spectroscope![2]

  1. An Improved Toy Spectroscope and Its Operational Diagram.

The Eyeglass Wearer's Spectroscope!

  1. The Eyeglass Wearer's Spectroscope. new article

Spectrum Photographs[3]

  1. Spectra Samples of Mercury.
  2. Spectra Samples of Sodium.
  3. Spectra Samples of Iron.
  4. Spectra Samples of Copper.
  5. Spectra Samples of Cadmium, Lead, Silver, Aluminum, Tungsten, Nickel, Cobalt and Zinc.
  6. Spectra Samples of Neon, Xenon, Lithium, Calcium, TV, Sol, Various.

Theory[1]

  1. Self-Absorption/Spontaneous Reversal of Spectral Lines.

Lamp Engineering[1]

  1. The Science of Color, the Emission Spectra of the Elements and Some Lamp Engineering Applications. new article

Color Sensor Imaging[1]

  1. An Application of Color Science To Science Fiction. new article

Ray-Tracing Rendering

  1. An Application of Spectroscopy To Ray-Tracing Rendering. new article

Notes

  1. Function/data graphs made with Claris CAD, Photoshop and Maple and geometrical schematics with EucliDraw.
  2. Color photographs taken through the three spectroscopes with a Nikon CoolPix 2200 digital camera. The source was either a suitable lamp or a homemade DC arc. Spectrum photos processed with Photoshop, MW Snap 3 and Iris.
  3. Black and white photographs taken with the author father's Exacta Varex 35 mm reflex camera loaded with Agfapan 100 Panchromatic film. The source was either a suitable lamp or a homemade DC arc. Spectrum photos processed with Photoshop, MW Snap 3 and Iris.

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