Scanning Multichannel Technique for Improved Spectrochemical Measurements with a CCD Camera and its Application to Raman Spectroscopy

  title={Scanning Multichannel Technique for Improved Spectrochemical Measurements with a CCD Camera and its Application to Raman Spectroscopy},
  author={Volker Deckert and Wolfgang Kiefer},
  journal={Applied Spectroscopy},
  pages={322 - 328}
In continuation of work performed with the application of the scanning multichannel technique in combination with a photodiode array and a single monochromator we show in the present paper a similar technique combining a CCD camera with a double monochromator system with additive dispersion. Special emphasis is given to a discussion of the reproduction of spectral features with small bandwidth. Examples of applications of this technique are given in terms of high-resolution Raman spectroscopy… 

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