Measurement of spectra in the wavelength range from vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) to soft x ray is an important means to diagnose impurity behavior in magnetically confined plasmas used in fusion plasmas. Recently, a space- and time-resolving flat-field grazing-incidence VUV spectrograph was constructed for the simultaneous observation of spatial, temporal, and spectral distributions of plasma radiation in the wavelength range of 150-1050 Å. Absolute calibration experiments were performed at beamline 11C and beamline 12A in the Photon Factory at the High Energy Acceleration Research Organization. The absolute sensitivity of the VUV spectrograph was measured under both P and S polarized light conditions.
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