Abstract

A photoelectron spectrometer has been used to investigate the emissions of He, Ne, and Ar discharges in order to demonstrate the usefulness of the spectrometer as a pseudo-uv monochromator. Also those emissions were identified that are intense enough to produce spurious signals in photoelectron spectra.

© 1973 Optical Society of America

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