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Apr.  1987

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A STUDY ON NO AND NO2 ABSORPTION PROPERTIES BY USING LINE-TUNABLE CO LASER


doi: 10.1007/BF02677068

  • The absorption properties of NO in 5.2 μm band and NO2 in 6.2 μm band are measured for some definite wavelengths by using line-tunable CO laser and long-path absorption cell. The absorption coefficients for 49 CO laser wavelengths are given and variations of absorption withpartial and total pressures are analysed. Fur-thermore, the experimental errors and the interference of water vapour with the absorption at definite laser lines are also discussed.
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Manuscript received: 10 April 1987
Manuscript revised: 10 April 1987
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A STUDY ON NO AND NO2 ABSORPTION PROPERTIES BY USING LINE-TUNABLE CO LASER

  • 1. Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academia Sinica, Beijing,Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Academia Sinica, Beijing

Abstract: The absorption properties of NO in 5.2 μm band and NO2 in 6.2 μm band are measured for some definite wavelengths by using line-tunable CO laser and long-path absorption cell. The absorption coefficients for 49 CO laser wavelengths are given and variations of absorption withpartial and total pressures are analysed. Fur-thermore, the experimental errors and the interference of water vapour with the absorption at definite laser lines are also discussed.

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