Irradiances of spectral lines in mercury pencil lamps.

@article{Reader1996IrradiancesOS,
  title={Irradiances of spectral lines in mercury pencil lamps.},
  author={Joseph Reader and Craig J. Sansonetti and John M. Bridges},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={1996},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={78-83}
}
The irradiancesof 37 spectral lines emitted bymercury pencil-type lamps were measuredby comparison with calibrated continuum sources. The lines span the region 230-590 nm. For the 14 most prominent lines the absolute irradiances should be useful for radiometric calibrations at an uncertainty level of ~15% 195% confidence2. The ratios of the irradiances for this same group of lines are significantly more reproducible; they should be useful at an uncertainty level of ~10%. 
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