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9, p. 698. 3 45 APPARATUS 4R V Fig. 32. T h e emission spectra of the low-pressure (lop), medium-pressure (350 torr) and highpressure (100 atm) mercury arcs. Courtesy Westinghouse Electric Corp. References p p . 104-1 I 1 46 EXPERIMENTAL METHODS FOR SLOW REACTIONS Fig. 33. High-pressure lamp (it has a water-jacketed mounting). General Electric Co. AH6,lOOO W Point sources. An advantageous alternative to the high-pressure lamp for quantitative work is the high-pressure point-source lamp'28,'29, having a longer lifetime and a bztter stability (Fig.
At higher pressures of mercury than that for the low-pressure lamp, ‘‘line’’ broadening’ l 8 - 2 2 becomes very important and “line” reversal and double excitation occur. The effect of pressure broadening is shown in Fig. 29. The effect of self-absorption causing “line” reversal is shown in Fig. 30. This radiation “line” is now useless for mercury sensitisation studies, but is suitable for direct photolysis and, in particular, may be used with a vacuum system containing mercury without causing sensitisation.
LeRoy still. From ref. 113. The different fractions obtained in this way may be analysed later by various methods. Liquids, sealed in sample tubes, and gases may be analysed by GLC or GSC; gases such as halogens, hydrogen halides or CO, may be absorbed on various solids and subsequently analysed quantitatively by potentiometric titration techniques. Alternatively, analysis may be carried out in situ or small samples withdrawn for direct GLC or GSC analysis. These techniques will be discussed in detail later.
Comprehensive Chemical Kinetics: Practice of Kinetics by C. H. Bamford