1971 Volume 44 Issue 3 Pages 587-589
On chlorine gas and several oxysalts of chlorine, the values of the wavelength shift of ClKα1,2 lines and the spectra of ClKβ lines were measured. We thus verified our assumption that the Kβ′ line results from the bias of valence electrons from the atom of the third-period element to the oxygen atom in the oxyanion; this can be explained in terms of the relationship between the chemical structure and the ClKβ spectrum of the hypochlorite ion. The relationship between the relative intensity of the Kβ′ line and the wavelength shift of the Kα1,2 lines was linear, just as in the cases of oxygen-sulfur compounds.
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