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Observation of the set of the three sublevel phosphorescence spectra.II. Mechanisms of radiative and radiationless transitions of 2,3‐dichloroquinoxaline
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13.If we assume that the radiative decay rate constants of are identical to those of quinoxaline obtained in this paper, the radiationless decay rate constants of are obtained as follows: .
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