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VUV radiation[¦vē¦yü′vē ‚rād·ē‚ā·shən]
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Spectra of emission, excitation of steady-state luminescence, and phosphorescence of samples excited by monochromatic VUV radiation
with quantum energies up to 14 eV at 293 K and up to 12 eV at 85 K were measured .
Preliminary results with use of ESCA (X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy) show that almost complete coverage of fluorocarbon surface by PEO molecules (about 99.8%) was obtained after 1.5 h of grafting under VUV radiation
. The average value of thickness of grafted layer was about 3-5 nm.
This appearance has been largely attributed to VUV radiation