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Simple far uv transmission grating monochromator for use with resonance radiation lamps
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2.and Appl. Opt. (to be published).
3.These sources, differentially pumped for high vacuum work in photoemission from solids and solid surfaces, have been commercially available for quite some time; a number of home‐constructed sources are also being employed by different groups using photoemission.
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7.a very interesting approach to reflection gratings, but no figures on efficiencies available.
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