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A hydrogen flame is invisible but emits ultraviolet (and infrared) radiation. How much UV does a hydrogen flame emit for a given reactant flow or a given heating power? Could a hydrogen flame be used as a useful UV light source? (Or if not, could other chemical reactions be used as such?)

In trying to google this I found lots of information on UV flame detectors, but not something answering this question.

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found this on google

https://www.techbriefs.com/component/content/article/tb/techbriefs/physical-sciences/20322

not much in the uv at 390, most in the IR.

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