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|Valve Type:||CGA679||Product Name:||Xecl Gas|
|UN No.:||UN1956||Molecular Formula:||Xecl|
|Filling Gas:||Xe, Hcl And Neon Gas Mixtures||Color:||Colorless|
Xenon Monochloride Xecl Laser Gas Colorless Excimer Lasers
Several review articles related to xenon chloride laser technology and its applications have been published.
Some authors stress the importance of accurately determining the kinetics of the laser medium when rare-gas halides are involved. Recent results have provided insight into the physical chemistry of the laser medium. Spectroscopic investigations are limited to the visible-near ultraviolet region where exciplex lasers operate.
Only binary gas mixtures of xenon and a chlorine donor, or ternary mixtures that also include a buffer gas (a rare gas indicated by Rg) will be considered. The most interesting chlorine donors are CCl4 andHCl because of their use in laser technology, and Cl2 . Processing a mixture of Ne/Xe/HCL to produce XeCl.
XeCl and Xe2Cl are most important in laser applications amongst the xenon chlorides. Although discharge lamps based on low-pressure mixtures of xenon and a chlorine donor emit incoherent light, they are reliable and easy to operate.
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.