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Th. Förster, Discuss. Faraday Soc. 27, 7(1959). C. W. Lawson, F. Hirayama, and S. Lipsky, J. Chem. Phys. 51, 1590 (1969). D. L. Horrocks. in "Organic Scintillators" (D. L. Horrocks. ed), p. 45. Gordon & Breach. New York, 1968. A. Jahlonski, Z. Phrs. 94, 38(1935). I. B. n. " p. 148. Academic Press, New York, 1965. 34 II Basic Processes D. L. Horrocks, Frog. Nuci. Energy Ser. 9 7, 21 (1966). R. K. Swank, in "Liquid Scintillation Counting" (C. G. Bell and F. N. ), p. 23. Pergamon, Oxford, 1958. D.
The ionizing radiations will produce S3, S2 states, which can transfer energy to CHCI3. 49 G0(S,) 120 127 118 82 100 114 116 g0(S1) Total -- 85 100 109 112 112 110 87 100 g0(hvy) PPO PPO Expt. 'See J. 8. Birks, in "Organic Scintillators and Liquid Scintillation Counting" (D. L. Horrocks and C. T. ), p. 3. Academic Press, New York, 1971. "3 g/liter PPO (F. N. ) '5 g/liter PPO (D. L. Horrocks, J. Chem. Phys. 1 S2 S3 'As predicted by optical approximation model. In a different study on the role of upper excited states in the energy transfer process, it was shown that the scintillation efficiency of solvents could be altered by further increases in the solute concentration beyond the normal "100% energy transfer" concentration (5).
1. B. Berlman, J. C'hetn. Phys. 33, 1124 (1960), J. B. Birks and K. N. Kuchela, Proc. c. Soc. (London) 77, 1083 (1961). D. L. Horrocks, Unpublished results, 1971. See review article by Th. Förster, Radiat. Ret. 2, 326 (1960). Th. Förster, Discuss. Faraday Soc. 27, 7(1959). C. W. Lawson, F. Hirayama, and S. Lipsky, J. Chem. Phys. 51, 1590 (1969). D. L. Horrocks. in "Organic Scintillators" (D. L. Horrocks. ed), p. 45. Gordon & Breach. New York, 1968. A. Jahlonski, Z. Phrs. 94, 38(1935). I. B. n. " p.