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R. Riesz, G. H. Dieke, J. Appl. Phys. 25, 196 (1954).
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R. Riesz, G. H. Dieke, J. Appl. Phys. 25, 196 (1954).
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M. Pirani, J. Yarwood, Principles of Vacuum Engineering, (Chapman and Hall, Ltd., London, 1961), p. 280.

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Emission spectrum of Xe-filled Hinteregger lamp. After the lamp was operated for 12 min at a pressure of 1.5 torr, the pressure was increased to 300 torr and the spectra were taken (a) immediately, (b) after 30 min, and (c) after 6.5 h of burning. The units of photomultiplier current are equal for (a), (b), and (c); note the higher output at (c). The lines at 1560 Å, 1656 Å, and 1931 Å are due to neutral carbon (CI).

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