EXCIMER

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AcronymDefinition
EXCIMERExcited Dimer (LASER application; formed by mixture of rare Gas and halogene)
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The ground-state dimers are generally distinct from excited dimers (excimers), in which attractive interactions do not originate at the ground state but during a very short lifetime at the excited state (several ns) as is typically observed in polyvinyl naphthalene) (PVN) films [39].
Excimer lasers generate a light beam by producing excited dimers (two-atom gas molecules such as krypton fluoride, xenon fluoride, argon fluoride, or xenon chloride).