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Comment on ’’Mechanism of NO2 fluorescence queching’’
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A striking visual demonstration of this may be seen by comparing the top trace of Fig. 3, Ref. 4 (taken at 100 μ pressure and 5208 Å excitation wavelength) with Fig. 1c, Ref. 2 (taken at 10 μ pressure and 5230 Å excitation wavelength). It should be noted that part of the difference in these two figures is due to the higher spectral resolution used in Ref. 4.
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