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In this way absorption spectra for Z n H g , C d H g , M g Z n , M g C d , M g H g , H g , ZnCd, M g Z n , and M g C d were obtained. 2 9 - 2 9 0 2 8 a 2 2 9 b 2 9 2 9 a 2 2 9 b 2 2 9 c 2 2 290 2 2 9 b 42 3 The Alkaline Earth Metal Group (IIA) II. Alkaline Earth Metal Halide, Oxide, and Sulfide Vapors A. Occurrence, Properties, and Techniques Although available reports are not unambiguous, the natural occurrence of vapors of alkaline earth oxides in the upper atmosphere is quite certain since the atoms themselves have been detected.
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Chemistry of Free Atoms and Particles by Kenneth J. Klabunde