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61. Characterization of UV-Induced Radiation Damage to Si-based Photodiodes
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Authors: Keith R Lykke, Ping-Shine Shaw, J L Dehmer, R Gupta
Abstract: We have made direct measurements of the internal quantum efficiency and the reflectivity of UV-damaged silicon photodiodes in the spectral range of 120 nm to 320 nm. The above qualities, coupled with absolute spectral responsivities, give unique inf ...

62. Development of a Monochromatic Uniform Source Facility for Calibration of Radiance and Irradiance Detectors from 0.2 um to 12 um
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Authors: Keith R Lykke, Ping-Shine Shaw, Leonard M Hanssen, George P Eppeldauer
Abstract: A radiometric source facility is being constructed with narrow-band, widely tunable lasers from {difference} 200nm to 12 um. The output will be highly uniform and monochromatic. This facility will be used to make a wide variety of radiometric measu ...

63. Infrared Synchrotron Radiation from Charged Particles Accelerated by a Confined Region of Magnetic Field
Published: Date unknown
Author: Ping-Shine Shaw
Abstract: A new theoretical approach for treating the synchrotron radiation is applied to the case of a relativistic charged particle accelerated by a confined and uniform magnetic field. As a direct consequence of this approach, we show that a simple and intu ...

64. On the Fluorescence From Integrating Spheres
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Ping-Shine Shaw, Zhigang Li
Abstract: Our recent study of the performance of integrating spheres shows prominent UV induced fluorescence features that are associated with contamination of the diffusing wall material by hydrocarbons. Because of multiple reflections of the radiation inside ...

65. SURF III - A New Electron Storage Ring at NIST
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Authors: R A Bosch, D E Eisert, Mitchell L. Furst, R M Graves, L Greenler, A D Hamilton, L R Hughey, R P. Madden, P Robl, Ping-Shine Shaw, W S Trzeciak, Robert Edward Vest, D Wahl
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), formerly the National Bureau of Standards (NBS), has operated the Synchrotron Ultraviolet Radiation Facility (SURF), based on an electron accelerator, continuously since the early 1960's. SU ...

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