I have been going through datasheets of a lot of LEDs, manufactured by a plethora of manufacturers, like Vishay, Kjell, etc.
The Blue LEDs, as per my observation, have more luminous intensity than the Green LEDs that I have been going through, for the same manufacturer. That doesn't make any sense to me. Green LEDs have their spectrum of illumination in the most sensitive region of eye, that means for low radiant power, you'll get almost the same luminous intensity. However, for Blue LEDS, they certainly need to have a huge radiant intensity, because their spectrum lies in the less sensitive part of the eye, and, hence, cannot match the green LED, in its brightness. However, for e.g. Vishay has SMD LEDs with their Luminous intensity lying in the region 0.7 to 70 MilliCandela, while Green LEDs' variation is just 7.2 to 12 MilliCandelas. If I want equal Radiant intensity for Green and Blue, that won't be possible because Blue has a photopic response somewhere around 0.009 to 0.08, in general, however, Green's photopic response is 0.85-0.92
Thus, my questions are: (a) Is my analysis correct? (b) Can one have equal radiant intensity for Green and Blue LEDs?