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Warning to DCP Users! The Influence of a Damaged Entrance Slit on the Optical and Analytical Performance in Direct-Current PlasmaAtomic Emission Spectrometry
Volume 45, Number 3 (April 1991) Page 498-500
Petersson, L.R.; Frank, A.
The echelle grating of the optic section of the direct-current plasma (DCP) instrument produces two-dimensional spectra, which can be documented with the use of a photographic attachment to the instrument. By means of polaroid or other types of high-sensitivity photographic films, the spectra can be visualized and studied for qualitative analytical purposes. The usefulness of the photographic attachment for making photos of spectra has been reported previously.