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CARBON MONOXIDE FORMATION IN CO2 LASERS
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8.The calculations of Ref. 5 indicate that the energy transfer rate from electrons to is relatively unimportant in the 1–3 eV range compared with the CO rate. Therefore, the will have little direct effect on discharge processes except in determining the ultimate steady state dissociation fraction δ. On the other hand, a high content may substantially effect electrode processes and may be important in this respect.
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