I'm interested in adapting this DIY Spectrometer into a Spectrophotometer and was wondering if th...
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by SIMJEDI |
June 07, 2015 20:25 |
I'm interested in adapting this DIY Spectrometer into a Spectrophotometer and was wondering if the NIST Stray Light correction formula has been or would be integrated into Spectral Workbench code?
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