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Grating diffraction

Grating, diffraction

(Science: microscopy) a series of narrow, close, equally spaced, diffracting slits or grooves capable of dispersing light into its spectrum. Diffraction gratings and their replicas are also used as standards in micrometry, especially in electron microscopy.

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... process but a different way of reporting the quantity). A motorized diffraction grating rotates in the light path, determining what wavelength of light is passing through ...

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... on ebay because of phase contrast being added. I also have research diffraction grating and front surface mirror lenses to eliminate going through glass even. If it's possible ...

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