A Standard Source of Ultraviolet Radiation for Calibrating Photoelectric Dosage Intensity Meters


The advantages and disadvantages of sources emitting either a continuous or a discontinuous spectrum are considered in connection with the use of such lamps as a standard of ultraviolet radiation. It is shown that because of the high intensity and favorable distribution of the ultraviolet emission lines at 2967 to 3132 A, the quartz mercury-arc lamp is well… (More)


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