Abstract

The design and performance of a beam condenser for ir spectrophotometers such as the Beckman model IR-11 is described. The instrument has an image size of 4 mm × 8 mm and permits the use of samples mounted in the tail of a cryostat whose outside dimension is as large as 7 cm square. Applications to negative light flux spectroscopy are described, in particular, the direct measurement of the longitudinal optical frequency of lattice vibration for AgBr and AgCl.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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