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Study of the Formation Mechanism of Radical IO by the Impulse Photolysis Method,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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It has been established by the impulse photolysis method with spectroscopic recording for systems C3F7I O2 and C3F7I N2O that the basic process for the formation of radical IO occurs with the participation of excited atoms of Idoublet P12.
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