Question: Calibration light source

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jimbob asked on August 09, 2018 14:13
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Instructions for the Papercraft spectrometer say to use a CFL for calibration. Does it matter what color temperature the bulb is? I see no mention of that.



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It shouldn't make a difference -- the base mercury spectrum should be visible in both! Tell us how it goes!

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Instructions for the Papercraft spectrometer say to use a CFL for calibration. Does it matter what color temperature the bulb is? I see no mention of that.


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