Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry by K.R. Desai

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Still, this did not necessarily lead to a chemical reaction and in many cases this enormous amount was degraded into increased thermal motion or reemitted by fluorescence. The last phenomenon was typically observed in a very dilute gas. ” Experiments on the fluorescence of vapors of iodine and mercury and its quenching by collision suggested a lifetime of 10À8 s for the activated species and, although the corresponding competition between chemical reaction and collisional deactivation had not yet been carried out (and at a low pressure it was obviously much more difficult to monitor reactions rather than emission), this was hoped to come next [58].

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