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|4080||none||CLF_CFL_pre-Cigar (calibrate to display)||cfastie|
|4081||none||CLF_CFL_post_cigar_10.71mm (calibrate to display)||cfastie|
|4511||none||a. CFL Peaks 400-775nm (calibrate to display)||cfastie|
Six calibration spectra of CFL bulbs taken by Ebert, and a reference diagram of standard CFL emission lines. The CFL spectra were calibrated by pinning down the peaks at 405 and 650 nm. Those end members are well calibrated, but other peaks are not. It looks either like my reference diagram is wrong or there is a very consistent non-linearity in the diffraction patterns captured by Ebert. I assume the latter is true, which means that calibrating spectra taken with Ebert will require entering more than two reference points and then applying a non-linear function to the data to calibrate them.