Abstract

A mercury lamp is described which will operate on any D. C. source maintaining as high a potential as say 25 volts, and give an intrinsically brilliant source of capillary tube dimensions and suitable for laboratory, demonstration, and research work.

© 1923 Optical Society of America

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