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Spectral requirements of light sources for clinical purposes.

Medical Research Council.

Spectral requirements of light sources for clinical purposes.

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Published by H.M.S.O. in London .
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SeriesMedicalResearch Council Memorandum -- no.43
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  Characterization of Spectral Output of Light Source (Lab #2) September 9, PHYS , 6/ R.J. Ellingson and M.J Heben. Light Sources for the Laboratory; Fiber Optic Lab Equipment. Different measurement devices are used to test optical fibers. In addition to analyzers and power measurement devices, optical sources that can be readout with the help of monitors are also used. Light Sources for the Laboratory. Light Sources - Benchtops and Rackmounts». - Worlds smallest hour deuterium light source for continuous wave UV light - Specially designed for maximum stability, suitable for process applications down to nm - Has an integrated temperature control and measures only x x inches - Integrated filter holder fits several ″ diameter disk filters for various applications.


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Author(s): Medical Research Council (Great Britain). Joint Committee on Lighting and Vision. Title(s): Spectral requirements of light sources for clinical purposes.

Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Description: vii, 55 p. illus. Language: English MeSH: Equipment and Supplies, Hospital*; Lighting* NLM ID: [Book].

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Application training in when to use the different filters - samples are provided enabling individuals to examine different substances or dyes under the different wavelengths of light.2 Contents 3 Preface 4 The human being and sunlight in history 6 Light in prevention, therapy and rehabilitation 12 Side effects 14 Characteristics of optical radiation 16 Optical properties of the skin 18 Artificial light sources 20 Clinical references on usage of Philips UVB Narrowband (TL/01) 24 Pertinent references 26 Lamps and their applications.Most light sources, including metal halide lamps, emit energy at many wavelengths.

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Light in the low end of the visible spectrum, at about nm, is violet.