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How the thallium and the indium vapor inside the Philips HPI-T, are unsaturated? « on: August 19, 2022, 04:32:35 AM » Author: dor123
How the indium and the thallium iodides inside the Philips HPI-T lamp, are fully vaporized into the discharge?
In colored blue and green MH lamps, they aren't fully vaporized into the discharge, but there are liquid halides remains.
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