New system for measuring partial densities of metal vapours by atomic resonance absorption spectroscopy I. Introduction and system principle
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A new system is described for measuring partial densities of monatomic metal vapours in a high vacuum environment. The arrangement consists of a cylindrical vaporizing probe heated electrically and a measuring light beam crossing the vapours in a direction parallel to the probe’s axis. The frequency of the light corresponds to a properly chosen resonance line of the vapour atoms to be measured; as the light absorption is proportional to the number of these vapour atoms in the optical path, its partial density can be determined.
KeywordsPartial Density Metal Vapour Atomic Absorption Technique High Vacuum Environment Atomic Absorption Measure
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