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A NEW ACCESSORY FOR GAS PHASE RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

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Title: A NEW ACCESSORY FOR GAS PHASE RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
Creators: Neely, George O.
Issue Date: 1971
Abstract: In order to enhance the Raman scattering from gases it is customary to use some form of multi-pass optical arrangement such as a linear resonator (between external sphere and laser output mirror) or an off-axis spherical resonator. The resultant signal enhancement for these optical resonators will range anywhere from 5x to 15x depending on the exact method employed. A new optical accessory will be described which can produce an enhancement of fifty over that of a single-pass spectrum.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/8742
Other Identifiers: 1971-M-1
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