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Formation and quenching of XeF and KrF electronic excited states
1.Exciplex (“excited complex”) is used to refer to an excited heteronuclear diatomic molecule with an unbound ground state. A more precise definition is given in M. Gordon and W. R. Ware, The Exciplex (Academic, New York, 1975).
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10.Changes in the e‐beam flux were effected either by changing the diode gap or by reducing the storage capacitors’ charging voltage.
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12.Although the e‐beam flux can be measured using blue cellophane dosimetry, estimating and from the data of Fig. 4 would be difficult.
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