A Hollow-Cathode Lamp (HCL) is a type of lamp used in physics and chemistry as a spectral line  source (e.g. for atomic absorption spectrometers) and as a frequency tuner for a light source such as lasers.

 

 

1.5" Diameter Hollow Cathode Lamp

Operating Data for Common

Element Lamps

1.5" Diameter Hollow Cathode Lamp

Operating Data for Uncommon

Element Lamps

Aluminium AI Cerium Ce
Antinomy Sb Dysprosium Dy
Arsenic As Erbium Er
Barium Ba Europium Eu
Beryllium Be Gadolinium Gd
Bismuth Bi Hafnium Hf
Baron B Holmium Ho
Cadmium Cd Lanthanum La
Calcium Ca Lutetium Lu
Cesium Cs Neodymium Nd
Chromium Cr Niobium Nb
Cobalt Co Osmium Os
Copper Cu Praseodymium Pr
Gallium Ga Rhenium Re
Germanium Ge Ruthenium Ru
Gold Au Samarium Sm
Indium In Scandium Sc
Iridium Ir Terbium Tb
Iron Fe Thallium Ti
Lead Pb Thorium Th
Lithium Li Thulium Tm
Magnesium Mg Yttrium Y
Manganese Mn    
Mercury Hg    
Molybdenum Mo    
Nickel Ni    
Palladium Pd    
Platinum Pt    
Potassium K    
Rhodium Rh    
Rubidium Rb    
Selenium Se    
Silicon Si    
Silver Ag    
Sodium Na    
Strontium Sr    
Tantalum Ta    
Tellurium Te    
Tin Sn    
Titanium Ti    
Tungsten W    
Uranium U    
Vanadium V    
Ytterbium Yb    
Zinc Zn    
Zirconium Zr    
Continuum H2    
Ca/Mg      
Na/K      
Cu/Zn      
Cr/Co/Cu/Fe/Mn/Ni      
Phosphorous P    

 

 

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