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Formation of Charged Species in (n, y) Activated Iodoform in Nitrobenzene [Med J Islamic World Acad Sci]
Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 1993; 6(1): 15-17

Formation of Charged Species in (n, y) Activated Iodoform in Nitrobenzene

M. R. Zaman, S. P. Mishra
From Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Rajshahi University, Bangladesh.

Charge Plate Technique (CPT) which essentially applies a high voltage D.C. field across the Ag/AgI electrodes has been used in studying the origin of charged species in (n, ) activated iodoform - nitrobenzene mixtures. Anode plate shows a fairly high order of radioactivity. No cathodic deposition has been observed. Electrode yields are drastically influenced by the presence of NB. It is concluded that Auger charging and the sequential charge transfer process are responsible for the formation of charged species in (n, ) activated iodoform (IF) in nitrobenzene (NB).

Keywords: Charged 128I, recoil reactions, iodoform, nitrobenzene.


M. R. Zaman, S. P. Mishra. Formation of Charged Species in (n, y) Activated Iodoform in Nitrobenzene. Med J Islamic World Acad Sci. 1993; 6(1): 15-17

Corresponding Author: M. R. Zaman, Bangladesh


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