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  • Product COM-12704 | about 3 months ago

    According to this photon energy-wavelength calculator (http://www.pveducation.org/pvcdrom/properties-of-sunlight/energy-of-photon) if the photon energy is ~3.4 eV (for forward V drop of 3.4 V) then the wavelength would be 365 nm. This is an approximation since I don’t know if the forward voltage drop will give the actual eV of the photon. Does anyone on this know for sure? This is a good UV wavelength, about the same as one of the Hg lines (365 nm) used in early photolitho.

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