Practical Spectroscopy of High-Frequency Discharges

ISBN: 978-1-4419-3281-5 (Print) 978-1-4757-6229-7 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Pages 1-13

    Introduction

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    Pages 15-50

    General Characteristics of High-Frequency Electrodeless Spectral Lamps

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    Pages 51-77

    Modeling of Processes in the Plasma of High-Frequency Light Sources

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    Pages 79-115

    Spectral Characteristics of the Optical Radiation

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    Pages 117-135

    Intensity Fluctuations of Emitted Spectral Lines

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    Pages 137-145

    Determination of the Quantity of the Working Element in Spectral Lamps; Methods of Dosage

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    Pages 147-184

    Precise Measurement of Pressure in High-Frequency Electrodeless Spectral Lamps

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    Pages 185-211

    Creation of Highly Stable and Reliable Electrodeless Spectral Lamps

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    Pages 213-230

    Some Problems in Designing Light Sources Based on High-Frequency Electrodeless Lamps

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    Pages 231-267

    Measurement of the Optical Line Shift and Broadening

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    Pages 269-311

    Polarization Spectroscopy of High-Frequency Discharges

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    Pages 313-313

    Conclusions

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 315-340