Determination of radiation power of the solar-simulated light source
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Calorimetric method for the determination of radiation power of the solar-simulated light sources has been proposed. The application of the differential scanning calorimetry guarantees very high sensitivity (1 mW) of the measuring property, independent of the wavelength (within 300-1200 nm). The applied method yields reliable calibration curves of the radiation power vs. wavelength with good accuracy.
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