Abstract

In the vacuum photolysis of silver halides, holes can be considered as escaping as halogen from a certain diffusion layer a, introduced by Luckey. Application of recent absorption data shows that a is a function of the type of halide, exposure intensity and absorption constant.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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