Optimized fluorescence flashlamps

July 1, 1996
IBH Microsecond Xenon Flashlam¥Systems are broadband excitation sources optimized for fluorescence and phosphorescence decay measurements. These lamps are useful for studying decays longer than 20 to 30 µs. Average power is 15 W, spectral output ranges from 240 nm to 2 µm, and repetition rates can be varied from 2 to 300 Hz.

Optimized fluorescence flashlamps

IBH Microsecond Xenon Flashlam¥Systems are broadband excitation sources optimized for fluorescence and phosphorescence decay measurements. These lamps are useful for studying decays longer than 20 to 30 µs. Average power is 15 W, spectral output ranges from 240 nm to 2 µm, and repetition rates can be varied from 2 to 300 Hz.

Oriel Instruments, Stratford, CT

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