Abstract

Dissociative excitation of the HgCl(B—X) band system and atomic mercury lines have been observed in the present studies during collisions of CO+ ions with CH3HgCl molecules in the laboratory kinetic energy range of 100–1000 eV.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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