prism spectrograph

prism spectrograph

[′priz·əm ′spek·trə‚graf]
(spectroscopy)
Analysis device in which a prism is used to give two different but simultaneous light wavelengths derived from a common light source; used for the analysis of materials by flame photometry.
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