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Matrix isolation spectra of metal atoms and ions: Ti, Zr, and Mo in Ar and Kr
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34.The parameters M(a) and N(a) have the following values: 0.131, and 0.009 27, for Ar, Kr, and Xe.
35.Note that the extra peaks cannot be due to metal atoms or ions having oxygen as a neighbor. If all the oxygen leaking from the ion gun into the main chamber were pumped by the cold stage of the closed‐cycle refrigerator, the concentration of in the matrix would be at most 0.002. Also, Ti isolated in shows no resemblance at all to the spectrum of Ti atoms in an inert matrix, and was not observed.
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