Emission of light within the blue range of the spectrum (λmax=480–510 nm) has been found to occur when “pure” KCl and NaCl single crystals are bombarded by hydrogen ions with 30-keV energy. It is suggested that water molecules adsorbed at the surface constitute the emission centers.
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Alekseev, V.I., Bazhin, A.I. & Shul'ga, V.G. Emission of light during interaction between hydrogen ions and single crystals. Soviet Physics Journal 18, 360–362 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00889300
- Water Molecule
- Emission Center
- Blue Range