Abstract

The iodine atmosphere in typical quartz–iodine lamps modifies the spectrum of the emitted light by selective absorption in a broad band in the green-yellow region. Results of a study of the spectral emission of a series of quartz–iodine lamps with different amounts of iodine are given.

© 1964 Optical Society of America

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