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Growing Monocrystals of Anthracene

  • N. N. Spendiarov
  • B. S. Aleksandrov

Abstract

Anthracene is the most efficient organic phosphor at present known; it converts absorbed energy to light quanta with maximum efficiency, and is used as a standard substance abroad. A reliable method of growing anthracene monocrystals is therefore much needed.

Keywords

Methyl Ether Organic Crystal Nichrome Wire Zone Purification Vertical Oven 
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  • N. N. Spendiarov
  • B. S. Aleksandrov

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