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Tandem quadrupole study of laser photodissociation of CO− 3
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16.The nominal pressure used as the abscissa in Fig. 6 is the pressure indicated by the Bayard‐Alpert ionization gauge near the diffusion pump inlet; from the conductance between the reactor quadrupole and the pump we estimate that the pressure in the reactor region is 2 to 3 times higher than the indicated pressure.
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