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Ultraviolet radiometry with synchrotron radiation and cryogenic radiometry.

Authors
  • Shaw, P S
  • Lykke, K R
  • Gupta, R
  • O'Brian, T R
  • Arp, U
  • White, H H
  • Lucatorto, T B
  • Dehmer, J L
  • Parr, A C
Type
Published Article
Journal
Applied optics
Publication Date
Jan 01, 1999
Volume
38
Issue
1
Pages
18–28
Identifiers
PMID: 18305582
Source
Medline
License
Unknown

Abstract

The combination of a cryogenic radiometer and synchrotron radiation enables detector scale realization in spectral regions that are otherwise difficult to access. Cryogenic radiometry is the most accurate primary detector-based standard available to date, and synchrotron radiation gives a unique broadband and continuous spectrum that extends from x ray to far IR. We describe a new cryogenic radiometer-based UV radiometry facility at the Synchrotron Ultraviolet Radiation Facility II at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The facility is designed to perform a variety of detector and optical materials characterizations. The facility combines a high-throughput, normal incidence monochromator with an absolute cryogenic radiometer optimized for UV measurements to provide absolute radiometric measurements in the spectral range from 125 nm to approximately 320 nm. We discuss results on photodetector characterizations, including absolute spectroradiometric calibration, spatial responsivity mapping, spectroreflectance, and internal quantum efficiency. In addition, such characterizations are used to study UV radiation damage in photodetectors that can shed light on the mechanism of the damage process. Examples are also given for UV optical materials characterization.

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