Abstract

A high-pressure continuous light source has been developed for the near-vacuum-ultraviolet region, down to 1100 Å. This source is based on a pulsed discharge in rare gases and is characterized by high intensity, small dimensions, and low consumption.

© 1974 Optical Society of America

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