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Kinetic processes in the electrically excited mercuric‐bromide dissociation laser
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7.For the purpose of the present analysis, the ionization cross section for has been assumed to increase from threshold at 10.6 eV to a peak value of in the 50‐100‐eV range. The rate coefficient for dissociative attachment of was taken as The results presented in Figs. 2 and 3 were found to be relatively insensitive to variations in the ionization and attachment rate coefficients.
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