Ultraviolet absorption spectra of metalorganic molecules diluted in hydrogen gas
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AbstractUltraviolet absorption spectra of trimethyl gallium, triethyl gallium, and trimethyl aluminum diluted in hydrogen gas were measured as a function of the wavelength (185–350 nm) and the concentration of the molecules (4.8×10−6 -1.6×10−4 mol/liter). Their absorbances changed linearly with the concentration of the molecules, which allowed us to calculate the molar absorption coefficients of the molecules on the basis of the Beer-Lambert law.

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