Abstract

Spectral irradiances (0.25–2.5 μ) of individual inert gases and combinations of inert gases have been obtained under a variety of experimental conditions. It has been found that certain experimental parameters influence the spectral distribution more than others, and certain mixture ratios lead to improved solar simulation.

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