actinometry


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measuring the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (especially of the sun's rays)

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Hites, "Chemical actinometry: using o-Nitrobenzaldehyde to measure light intensity in photochemical experiments," Journal of Chemical Education, vol.
(2004); methods, procedures, and new actinometric substances that have been proposed were summarized, and potential errors in chemical actinometry were discussed in detail in that report.
Actinometry was not used because it is time consuming and expensive when compared to radiometry.
The kit includes 2x cells (Sample and Reference) for test substance, and 2x cells (Sample and Control) for Quinine Chemical Actinometry as well as comprehensive Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) documentation.
The UV-radiation intensity of the low pressure UV-lamp located inside the bubble column in the quartz tube as measured with potassium ferrioxalate actinometry [23] was 0.758 [+ or -] 0.006 [mu]Einstein [s.sup.-1].
The UV-radiation intensity measured with potassium ferrioxalate actinometry [23] was 3.315 [+ or -] 0.104 [mu]Einstein [s.sup.-1] (a 10 W OSRAM lamp was located inside the bubble column in the quartz tube).
Schmidt, "Chemical actinometry (IUPAC technical report)," Pure and Applied Chemistry, vol.