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|Cylinder Volume:||4-50L Or Customise||Product Name:||Xecl Gas|
|MF:||Xecl||Filling Gas:||Xe, Hcl And Neon Gas Mixtures|
|Valve Type:||CGA679||Application:||Excimer Lasers|
Aqueous Hydrogen Chloride Xenon Neon Gas Mixtures For Excimer Lasers
Xenon monochloride (XeCl) is an excimer which is used in excimer lasers emitting nearultraviolet light at 308 nm. It is most commonly used in medicine. It was used to produce a body image from the Shroud of Turin. The results suggest that a directional burst of ultraviolet radiation may have played a role in the formation of the image on the Shroud.
Xenon monochloride was first synthesized in the 1960s. Its kinetic scheme is very complex and its state changes occur on a nanosecond timescale. In the gaseous state, at least two kinds of xenon monochloride are known: XeCl and Xe2Cl, whereas complex aggregates form in the solid state innoble gas matrices. The excited state of xenon resembles halogens and it reacts with them to form excited molecular compounds.
1. Physical properties
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2. Typical technical data (COA)
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Xenon monochloride is used in excimer lasers. XeCl also exists in the excimer state.