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E. approximately 100 kcal/mol) are required to break a bond between two carbon atoms, and if this excitation energy is transferred to a relatively few molecules many chemical changes per ion pair can be brought about. Unfortunately little is known concerning the mechanism of excitation by high energy electrons, and no information is available concerning the amount of energy transferred per excitation, or about the exact nature of the electron shifts produced. Electronic excitation can give rise both to the formation of free radicals (see p.
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