Abstract

The spectral and energy characteristics of a compact krypton glow-discharge lamp used as the ionization source in analytical devices have been investigated. The emission spectrum of the lamp in the 115–200 nm VUV region has been studied, the flux of VUV emission has been measured, and data concerning the intensity ratio of the 116.49 and 123.58 nm resonance lines of krypton emitted by the lamp have been obtained.

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