Uploaded on August 05, 2013 18:23 UTC

-- (Cloned calibration from CFL spectrum 15 sec exposure) -- (Cloned calibration from CFL spectrum 15 sec exposure)


Tags: Loading...

Log in to use these tools.


Fork this spectrum and work on a copy

Comparison & Sets


Find similar

Data extraction

Set new cross-section

Flip image horizontally

Capture using this calibration

Use legacy 1.0 interface

Want a tool that's not listed here? Add a request to the Wishlist, or learn how to write your own tools.

Operation Date Description

Operations enable reversible modification of data -- they act like filters which process the data. The graph you see above represents the data after these operations have been run. Delete them to undo their effects, or to apply them in a new order.

  • The thumbtack symbol indicates that data has been saved in a snapshot upon running that operation.
  • The symbol indicates that the operation's data snapshot is being referred to by another operation. Click it to learn more.
  • Operations with a #000-style suffix, like subtract:3243#2414 are referring to a specific snapshot (in this example, #2414) of another spectrum. Click to learn more.

These spectra are being temporarily displayed for comparison; Clear all

Title Author Tools

Save these as a set

Title Author Spectra
cflj1 jsb95003 1
almost 8 years ago, suiris wrote:

CFL spectrum taken with a Canon IXUS 120 + removed IR filter, 15 sec exposure. Slit 0.08mm 30cm to grating.

almost 8 years ago, warren wrote:

Very nice!

almost 8 years ago, suiris wrote:

Thanx Warren! Will be playing some more with my new spectral box. Just a week ago I had no clue about this website, thanks to many contributers I was able to build my own spectrometer, always loved playing with light ever since I was a small kid.

about 7 years ago, emontoya57 wrote:

Really impressive. Your spectrometer will surely resolve lines separated by less than a half of nanometer, like for example the atomic sodium D lines.


almost 3 years ago, sarahc wrote:

Has anyone got a UK Amazon link to the CFL that produced this light?

All mine are wide spectrum. =(

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to comment.

ID Title Created Author
104572 Saline 28 Mar 17:54 rosie
104574 Stream water 28 Mar 17:58 rosie
104576 Calibration 28 Mar 18:01 rosie
spectrum.addAndParseTag('smooth:10'); // Smooth the spectrum

// spectrum.addAndUploadTag('smooth:10'); // <== to save 

Run Save as Gist Read about the Spectral Workbench API