One- and two-barrier excilamps on xenon dimers operating in the VUV range View Full Text


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DATE

2008-02

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M. I. Lomaev, V. S. Skakun, V. F. Tarasenko, D. V. Schitz

ABSTRACT

Spontaneous emission sources in the VUV range based on one- and two-barrier pulsed-periodic gas (Xe) discharges are experimentally investigated. Volt-coulomb figures, as well as typical waveforms of current pulses and discharge voltage are presented. The time dependences of the voltage drop across the gas-discharge plasma, excitation power, and excitation energy are calculated. The radiation power versus xenon pressure, exciting pulse repetition rate, and average excitation power is determined. The radiation power average densities for one- and two-barrier excilamps are found to be 20–30 and ∼40 mW/cm2, respectively. More... »

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244-248

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