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    Title: An absolute measurement of optical reflectivity by modification of a WMS system
    Authors: Sen-Yen Shaw;Juh-Tzeng Lue
    教師: 呂助增
    Date: 1981
    Publisher: Institute of Physics
    Relation: JOURNAL OF PHYSICS E-SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, Institute of Physics, Volume 14, Issue 10, 1981, Pages 1135-1136
    Keywords: optical reflectivity
    Abstract: The absolute optical reflectivity of a solid sample can be measured by some modification of a wavelength modulating spectrometer (WMS) system. The arrangement of a feedback loop applied to the high voltage source of the photomultiplier tube in conjunction with a sample-and-hold circuit provides a reflectivity measurement free of the strong characteristic lines inherent to an arc lamp. Meanwhile, the application of a high speed chopper greatly increases the signal-to-noise ratio in both the absolute and derivative measurements.
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