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《Acta Optica Sinica》 2016-04
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Optical System for Asymmetrical Crossed Czerny-Turner Raman Spectrometer with High Luminous Flux

Fan Xianguang;Tang Ming;Wang Xin;Xu Yingjie;Li Wei;Que Jing;Wang Xiaodong;He Jian;School of Aerospace Engineering, Xiamen University;  
To overcome the low luminous flux in separated portable Raman spectrometer, an optical system embodies the probe of Raman spectrometer and monochromator is designed. An aspherical lens with high numerical aperture is used to obtain the effective excitation of sample and the efficient collection of signal in the optical system of the probe. A cemented lens group is used to minish the size of converging path and eliminate chromatic aberration.The monochromator is based on asymmetrical crossed Czerny-Turner structure. For the purpose of achieving desired spectrum resolution and spectrum range, the relationship between the spectrum resolution and spectrum range of the monochromator and the structural parameters of the asymmetrical crossed Czerny-Turner system is established. According to the tested spectrogram of mercury lamp, the spectrum resolution of the monochromator is better than 6 cm~(-1)(0.37 nm), and spectrum range is 790~950 nm(200~2000 cm~(-1)). A sample of CCL4 is introduced to examine the performance of the optical system, the experimented results demonstrate that the peak intensity of spectrogram of CCL4 measured by this incorporative optical system is almost three times as high as that using a commercial probe couples to the monochromator, which verifies the rationality of the design of the optical system.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(21503171);; 中央高校基本科研业务费项目(20720150091、20720150094);; 福建省高端装备制造协同创新中心资金
【CateGory Index】: TH744.1
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