Abstract

An infra-red absorption cell has been designed and constructed for use at low temperatures. This cell incorporates flat silver chloride windows and possesses a mechanism for varying the sample thickness with the cell in place. The present cell is satisfactory for use down to about liquid hydrogen temperatures but, with some minor changes, can be redesigned for use at lower temperatures.

© 1950 Optical Society of America

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