By N. Purdie, Harry G. Brittain
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In conventional approaches, the monochromator is placed after the source in order to limit the UV exposure of the sample. However, in the multichannel arrangement, the polychromator is located after the sample to allow the sample to be 29 exposed to all wavelengths simultaneously. The CCD can be configured such that a group of elements will define a specific wavelength interval, and exposure data for these elements allows the sample absorption at that wavelength to be determined. In one complete cycle, the CCD will be readout twice, thereby providing sample transmittances at the specified wavelength for both left- and right-circularly polarized light.
For accumulation cycles after the first exposure, the charge residing in the unexposed pixels, which reflects the total exposure measured for a given polarization state, is shifted to the exposed region for further exposure. At the same time, the charge accumulated during the previous half-cycle is shifted into the unexposed pixels. The electronic switching process is then repeated and each pixel continues to accumulate charge reflecting the total exposure of that pixel within a given polarization cycle.
In addition to these differing spatial characteristics, CCDs and CIDs are more sensitive than conventional diode arrays and are read out by a different mechanism. The CCD and CID utilize a three-phase clocking arrangement in which stored charge is shifted horizontally to a high speed shift register. Although this approach can be faster than the element by element scan of the diode array, it still is not fast enough to allow operation at the modulation frequencies demanded by the PEM. For a CD instrument with a PEM operating at 50 kHz, the multichannel device must be capable of making a measurement at twice this frequency in order to obtain separate intensity information for the absorption of the sample with respect to the two circularly polarized components.
Analytical Applications of Circular Dichroism by N. Purdie, Harry G. Brittain