Abstract

Photoinduced processes involving chlorine molecules in synthetic silica were studied. Interstitial Cl2 in SiO2 are prevented from VIS/UV photolysis by cage effect. However, they react with oxygen interstitials yielding photosensitive ClClO molecules absorbing at 264nm.

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