Direct Vision Spectroscope(Hand Spectroscope)
Direct Vision Spectroscope (Hand Spectroscope) – Physics Equipment
A spectroscope utilizing an prism so that the observer looks in the direction of the light source. A spectroscope or spectrometer splits light into the wavelengths that make it up. Early spectroscopes used prism that split the light by refraction — bending the light waves as they passed through the glass. Spectroscope wide spectrum with 10 x 10 mm D.V prism with precision slit , fitted in brass body with telescopic focusing in velvet case. Fully drawn out length is 130 mm.
- Adjustable slit and draw out focusing
- 3 element prisms
- Wooden Case
- It is used to observe dispersion of light.
- Body made of brass.
- Supplied in wooden case.
- Length : 130 mm.