Alkali Halide Vapors. Structure, Spectra, and Reaction by P. Davidovits

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56) Data on fluorides, measured by Schoonmaker and Porter (1959), are consistent with Eq. (56), whereas values for chlorides and bromides, measured by Guion et al. (1968), are not. These constants are given in Table XI. The uncertainties are large. All values of K for reaction (55) are larger than 4 except for those in NaCl-CsCl mixtures. , 1968), these associations cannot be described in terms of any simple pair potential, and a full understanding of these mixed species will require accurate quantum mechanical calculations or the development of accurate pair potentials.

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