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Photon flux

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phyzphys
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Feb14-14, 08:37 PM
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Hi!

I would like to ask if there is possible to find out the photon flux emitted by a uv source having only the intensity/wavelength spectrum of the source?

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Feb14-14, 09:57 PM
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Not without some units somewhere.
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Feb15-14, 08:16 AM
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Counts/Integration time [13ms here] for the INTENSITY

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Feb15-14, 08:20 AM
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Photon flux

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Counts/Integration time [13ms here] for the INTENSITY
That still doesn't say anything. It should be measuring power over the area of exposure, the latter is another quantity that you need.

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