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Place the CD on the left-hand side of the box and draw another small circle to mark the location.You can also examine sunlight, though you should never look directly AT THE SUN through your spectroscope.
These instructions will guide you through the assembly process of the foldable paper spectrometer, our low-cost introductory.
The basic function of a spectrometer is to take in light, break it into its spectral components.
Here we explain how the components of the spectrograph work.
Spectroscopes are used to split light into different wavelengths.
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An optical spectrometer ( spectrophotometer, spectrograph or spectroscope) is an instrument used to measure properties of light over a specific portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, typically used in spectroscopic analysis to identify materials.
The variable measured is most often the light s intensity but could also.
In general, any particular instrument will operate over a small portion of this.
In this talk, I will concentrate on the basics: how, what, why of the spectrum.