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61. UV radiometry using synchrotron radiation and absolute cryogenic radiometry
Ping-Shine Shaw, Keith R Lykke, R Gupta, Thomas R. O'Brian, Uwe Arp, H H White, Thomas B Lucatorto, J L Dehmer, Albert C Parr
62. Ultraviolet Characterization of Integrating Spheres
Ping-Shine Shaw, Zhigang Li, Uwe Arp, Keith R Lykke
We have studied the performance of integrating spheres in the ultraviolet (UV) with wavelengths as short as 200 nm. Two techniques were used for this study; first, the spectral throughput of an integrating sphere irradiated by a deuterium lamp was an ...
63. Ultraviolet Radiometry With Synchrotron Radiation and Cryogenic Radiometer
Ping-Shine Shaw, Keith R Lykke, Thomas R. O'Brian, Arp Uwe, H H White, Thomas B Lucatorto, J L Dehmer, Albert C Parr, R Gupta
The combination of a cryogenic radiometer and synchrotron radiation enablesdetector scale realization in spectral regions that are otherwise difficult to access. Cryogenic radiometry is the most accurate primary detector-based standard available to d ...
64. Using a Tunable Ultraviolet Laser for the Inactivation of Water Pathogens
Thomas C Larason, Keith R Lykke, Ping-Shine Shaw, Lin Chungsan
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation effectively inactivates common pathogens found in ground and surface waters such as Cryptosporidium, Giardia, and most bacterial pathogens (e.g. E. coli). Water treatment facilities are now using UV radiation for disinfect ...
65. Volume 4, The 1997 Prelaunch Radiometric Calibration of Sea WiFS
Bettye C Johnson, Howard W Yoon, Sally Skidmore Bruce, Ping-Shine Shaw, E A Thompson, S B. Hooker, R Eplee, R Barnes, S Maritorena, J Mueller
The Sea-viewing Side Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) was originally calibrated by the instrument's manufacturer, Santa Barbara Research Center (SBRC), in November 1993. In preparation for an August 1997 launch, the Sea WiFS Project and the Nation ...