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Gain measurements on the triatomic excimer Xe2Cl
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7.Formation of does not seem likely to be responsible because the unidentified absorption accumulates so rapidly after the electron beam is fired.
8.Estimated value based on the fluorescence decay of observed in a separate experiment.
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