Photochemistry experiment

by Xplorer1
Tags: 273 nm, experiment, photochemistry, uv-light
Xplorer1 is offline
Dec3-13, 04:40 AM
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Hello all,

Since I want to do an organic chemistry experiment by using uv-light at 273 nm I'm seeking for an apparatus with the proper lamp/source/filter.

Does anyone has any experience or advice in doing photochemistry with such specific condition and knows a system which possibly could be used?

Many thanks!

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DrDu is offline
Dec3-13, 05:41 AM
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Something like:
You are sure you need a filter?
Xplorer1 is offline
Dec3-13, 09:12 AM
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Ah, thanks Dr Du! Their site gives much information, I will discuss the low-pressure Hg lamp in my group.

For my purposes it is not required to use any filters.

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