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Experiments on the evaporation outgassing of antimony in vacuum and in an inert atmosphere show that an inert atmosphere is advantageous for outgassing antimony if loss of antimony by evaporation is intollerable. A simple theory based on well‐established kenetic theory considerations is given which may explain and did predict the results.