This note describes a simple and inexpensive device which is being used to observe the temporal and spatial spectroscopic behavior of an exploding wire source. A slotted, rotating disk is used in conjunction with a stigmatic spectrograph to provide broad spectral coverage, spatial information, and good time resolution.
R. A. Koehler and F. J. Morgan, "Simple Inexpensive Method of Time Resolved Spectroscopy," Appl. Spectrosc. 24, 455-456 (1970)
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