Atomic absorption spectroscopy in the 100-600 a wavelength range.

@article{Garton1969AtomicAS,
  title={Atomic absorption spectroscopy in the 100-600 a wavelength range.},
  author={W R Garton and J P Connerade and M W Mansfield and Jonathan E Wheaton},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={1969},
  volume={8 5},
  pages={919-24}
}
Previous obstacles to observation of line absorption spectra in the vacuum uv below 600 A have been overcome by: (a) development of a containment device for metal vapors in a windowless system and with a negligible pressure of background gas; (b) use of a compact source of background continuum; and (c) exploitation of a normal incidence grating spectrograph which can be used with (b) to a wavelength below 300 A. As examples, the inner shell absorption spectra of Ar, Kr, Xe, Na, K, and Rb are… CONTINUE READING