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experimentalstudyonthesystemofclcl2hehn3i2
Duo Liping; Tang Shukai; Li Jian; Min Xiangde; Yu Haijun; Yang Bailing
Source Publicationchineseopticsletters
2003-01-01
ISSN1671-7694
Volume1Issue:2Pages:88
AbstractUsing a microwave generator, chlorine diluted by helium was dissociated to chlorine atoms that subse-quently reacted with hydrogen azide to produce the excited states of NCl(a1 △). Meanwhile, moleculariodine with carrier gas of helium reacted with atomic chlorine to produce atomic iodine which then waspumped to excited state of I(2P1/2) by an energy transfer reaction from NCl(a1△). In this paper, thechanges of NCl(a1△) and NCl(bi∑) emission intensity is presented when I2/He is introduced into thestream of Cl/Cl2/He/HN3/NCl(a1 △)/NCl(b1∑). The dependences of atomic iodine I(2P1/2) on flow ratesof gases were also investigated. The optimum parameters for I(2P1/2) production are given.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/174405
Collection中国科学院大连化学物理研究所
Affiliation中国科学院大连化学物理研究所
First Author Affilication中国科学院大连化学物理研究所
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Duo Liping,Tang Shukai,Li Jian,et al. experimentalstudyonthesystemofclcl2hehn3i2[J]. chineseopticsletters,2003,1(2):88.
APA Duo Liping,Tang Shukai,Li Jian,Min Xiangde,Yu Haijun,&Yang Bailing.(2003).experimentalstudyonthesystemofclcl2hehn3i2.chineseopticsletters,1(2),88.
MLA Duo Liping,et al."experimentalstudyonthesystemofclcl2hehn3i2".chineseopticsletters 1.2(2003):88.
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