Vacuum ultraviolet rare gas excimer light source

Wieser, J.; Murnick, D.E.; Ulrich, A.; Huggins, H.A.; Liddle, A.; Brown, W.L.
March 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar97, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p1360
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of a direct current (dc) electron beam for the excitation of pure rare gases at certain pressures. Second excimer continua of argon, krypton and xenon observed under excitation conditions; Efficient light source in the vacuum ultraviolet spectral region; Flexibility of the production process of thin foils.


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