Theory of operation: Light from the mercury arc lamp is isolated to ultra-violet portions of the spectrum (~3650Å), which then excites the sample to emit light at a different, longer wavelength, in the green part of the spectrum (~4700Å), which is measured at 90° off the beam path of the original light source. The higher the sample's orgone charge, the greater the quantity of excited, emitted light, and the higher the reading.
Similar, but not identical apparatus are available on the market today, such as various chlorophyll fluorometers, one of which is sold by Opti-Sciences company. Other fluorophotometers, allowing selection of specific excitation frequencies and fluorescing frequencies, are also available, though we do not yet have specific information to post here as yet. We would welcome suggestions of similar apparatus on the market today, to add to this web page.
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