1 December 1973 Experimental Evaluation of Efflux Optics for Linear Microdensitometry
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Optical Engineering, 12(6), 126218 (1973). doi:10.1117/12.7971665
This paper presents the results of a design and experimental evaluation of two potential diffuse efflux collectors for microdensitometers designed to obtain linearity at high sample spatial frequencies. Use of a large numerical aperture condenser and an electroformed reflector were examined. The phase edge response, a generalized Collier's Q-factor, and susceptibility to stray light noise were measured. Either collector offers improved linearity, however, better rejection of stray light noise will be required for their practical use.
Robert E. Kinzly, "Experimental Evaluation of Efflux Optics for Linear Microdensitometry," Optical Engineering 12(6), 126218 (1 December 1973). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971665


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