grating spectroscope

grating spectroscope

[′grād·iŋ ′spek·trə‚skōp]
(spectroscopy)
A spectroscope which employs a transmission or reflection grating to disperse light, and usually also has a slit, a mirror or lenses to collimate the light sent through the slit and to focus the light dispersed by the grating into spectrum lines, and an eyepiece for viewing the spectrum.
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To do so, I purchased a relatively inexpensive, lowresolution diffraction grating spectroscope that attaches to a 1.25-inch eyepiece like a filter and had a look for myself.
Diffraction grating spectroscopes are easy to make using small pieces of plastic diffraction grating.