Abstract

Continuously tunable, narrow-band radiation is generated in Hg vapor from the 11p 1P1 transition at 1220 Å, through the series limit at 1187.9 Å, and on out to 1174 Å. This range includes the resonance transitions of neutral atomic hydrogen, deuterium, nitrogen, and xenon, some absorption profiles of which are presented.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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