Lane, Arthur L. and Kuppermann, Aron (1968) Argon resonance line lamp for vacuum ultraviolet photochemistry. Review of Scientific Instruments, 39 (1). pp. 126-127. ISSN 0034-6748 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:LANrsi68
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The use of rare gas resonance line lamps as sources of monochromatic radiation for photochemical studies is well known.(1-5) Argon is ideally suited for photoionization studies of the simpler hydrocarbons which have ionization potentials below 11.6 eV. It has resonance lines at 1048 Å (11.83 eV) and 1067 Å (11.62 eV), with no other emission lines between 1050 and 2000 Å when pressures less than 1 Torr are used.
|Additional Information:||Copyright © 1968 American Institute of Physics. Received 5 September 1967. We gratefully acknowledge discussions with Oakley H. Crawford on gettering and sublimation techniques. Also we wish to thank Erich Seigel, whose glassblowing talents contributed so much to the success of this lamp.|
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