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Cataphoretic distributions of Co, Ni, and Mn in metal‐halide–He discharges

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2 Author(s)
Cross, Lee A. ; Department of Physics, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois 61455 ; Funk, Loren L.

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Longitudinal emission intensity measurements for the metals Co, Ni, and Mn in the gas phase in a positive column He discharge tube, where the source of the metal is the corresponding metal chloride contained in a conventional appendage reservoir, have been made. The conditions of the discharge were similar to those of a typical metal vapor laser and concentrations of these nonvolatile metals achieved which are comparable to the positive column lasers. The longitudinal dependence of the Cl+ and various metal atom concentrations illustrates that they are strongly bound together by chemical recombination occurring on the wall of the bore. The failure of such a system to maintain Cu in any appreciable concentration illustrates its limits of applicability, but investigations of laser action in numerous new metal vapor systems should be possible.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan 1977

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