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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1996, Volume 23, Number 8, Pages 748–750 (Mi qe764)  

Laser applications and other topics in quantum electronics

Absolute measurements in the VUV spectral range with a luminescent detector

A. P. Shevel'ko

P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: A description is given of a simple luminescent detector of radiation in the VUV range (10 — 100 nm) and of a method for absolute calibration of the sensitivity (quantum efficiency) of this detector. The detector and multilayer normal-incidence mirrors were used in determination of the absolute yield of the radiation from a laser plasma and in absolute calibration of the UF-4 photographic film at the wavelength of 18 nm.

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Quantum Electronics, 1996, 26:8, 729–731

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PACS: 07.60.Dq, 52.25.Qt
Received: 01.01.1996

Citation: A. P. Shevel'ko, “Absolute measurements in the VUV spectral range with a luminescent detector”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 23:8 (1996), 748–750 [Quantum Electron., 26:8 (1996), 729–731]

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