Describe the differences between the following and list any particular advantages possessed by one over the other. a.hydrogen and deuterium discharge lamps as sources for UV radiation. b.filters and monochromators as wavelength selectors. c.photovoltaic cells and phototubes as detectors for electromagnetic radiation. d.photodiodes and photomultiplier tubes. e.double-beam-in-space and double-beam-in-time spectrophotometers. f.spectrophotometers and photometers. g.single-beam and double-beam instruments for absorbance measurements. h.conventional and multichannel spectrophotometers.

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Describe the differences between the following and list any particular advantages possessed by one over the other.

a.hydrogen and deuterium discharge lamps as sources for UV radiation.

b.filters and monochromators as wavelength selectors.

c.photovoltaic cells and phototubes as detectors for electromagnetic radiation.

d.photodiodes and photomultiplier tubes.

e.double-beam-in-space and double-beam-in-time spectrophotometers.

f.spectrophotometers and photometers.

g.single-beam and double-beam instruments for absorbance measurements.

h.conventional and multichannel spectrophotometers.

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