A Grazing Indidence Vacuum Spectrograph of Simple Design
A grazing incidence vacuum spectrograph has been built for studies on high temperature plasmas. It has the following features: 1. It is a survey instrument which covers the range 100-2250A; 2. It is relatively simple and compact; 3. It is small enough to be moved to machines where it is necessary to make measurements.
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