1 May 1969 Intense Radiation From Rare-Gas Lamps
Abstract
A resonance lamp is the first sealed, microwave-operated lamp to successfully emit resonance radiation of helium and neon. The lamp produces stable, high-spectral-purity radiation in the far ultraviolet, it has proved adaptable to experimental applications such as studies of the reactions of excited molecules and ions.
"Intense Radiation From Rare-Gas Lamps," Optical Engineering 7(4), 704104 (1 May 1969). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971501 . Submission:
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