Why does white phosphorus glow in the dark?

White phosphorus reacts with oxygen to form light, a reaction between P4 in the gas state and oxygen. But white phosphorus emits a faint glow when oxygen is exposed to oxygenic acid by a chemical reaction that occurs on its surface, only if oxygen is present in the dark.

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