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|Title:||Simple mixer/jet cell for raman spectroscopic studies||Authors:||Oertling, Anthony
|Issue Date:||1990||Publisher:||Publishing Technology||Source:||Applied spectroscopy, 1990, Volume 44, Issue 4, Pages 742-744||Abstract:||The design of the mixer is presented. The exit port of the mixer is constructed so as to allow the flowing sample solution to form a continuous stream in air in the scattering volume, which eliminates quartz scattering. The mixer with the upper micropipet and the lower micropipet are each mounted on X-Y-Z translators, which allows us to optimize the stability of the jet. Generally, we find that a gap of approximately 2 mm is appropriate. The iris diaphragm is also mounted on an X-Y-Z positioner and serves as the laser beam waist controller. The translation stage on which the cell is mounted allows X, Y, and Z movements relative to the entrance slit of the spectrometer||URI:||http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/6686||ISSN:||0003-7028||DOI:||10.1366/0003702904087550|
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