Infrared emission from a V-shaped metal groove compared with that from a flat surface of the same metal

Academic Article

Abstract

  • A source of continuous infrared radiation has been designed and constructed. The element operating in a high vacuum is a molybdenum ribbon heated by passing a high current through it. A comparison is made between the near infrared emissions from a V-shaped and from a flat portion of the ribbon. © 1969 The American Institute of Physics.
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    Author List

  • Hurlock SC; Rao KN; Burkhard DG; Shealy DL
  • Start Page

  • 927
  • End Page

  • 929
  • Volume

  • 40
  • Issue

  • 7