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Review of Scientific Instruments
A new spectrometer with no moving parts uses a two-dimensional Si-based charge-coupled diode (CCD) array detector and an integrated grating consisting of three subgratings. The effective spectral range imaged on the detector is magnified threefold. The digitized spectral image in the 200–1000 nm wavelength range can be measured quickly. The nonlinear relationship between CCD pixel position and wavelength is corrected with multiple polynomial functions in the calibration procedure, which fits the data using a mathematical pattern-analysis method. The instrument can be applied for rapid spectroscopicdata analyses in many types of photoelectronic experiments and routine testing.
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Han, Tao; Ni, Wei-Ming; Zhao, Peng; You, Hai-Yang; Jia, Jian-Hu; Wang, Song-You; Chen, Liang-Yao; and Lynch, David W., "A new spectrometer using multiple gratings with a two-dimensional charge-coupled diode array detector" (2003). Physics and Astronomy Publications. 109.