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Uploaded on May 24, 2013 00:41 UTC
Primary line is 405 nm from violet laser pointer. The line around 800 nm probably is another order of diffracted light. Not sure what produces the peaks at wavelengths slightly longer than the laser. Any ideas? -- (Cloned calibration from another test) -- (Cloned calibration from 405 nm laser directed into spectrometer) -- (Cloned calibration from 405 nm laser directed into spectrometer)
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