1 January 1996 Infrared absorption of O3 under CO2 laser excitation
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Abstract
A homemade TEA CO2 multimode line-tunable laser was used as a radiation source to study the IR absorption of O3 in pure samples and in O3-M mixtures (M= O2, N2, and air) at the initial steps of the excitation by direct calorimetric measurements. The fluence and pressure dependence of the O3 absorption cross section o and the number of photons absorbed (n) were determined for all the available rotational lines P(4) through P(58) of the 9.5-µm emission band. The dependence of (n) on added nonreactive gas pressure over the range O to 750 Torr was studied for three different fluences of the P(30) line.
Jorge Codnia, M. Laura Azcarate, "Infrared absorption of O3 under CO2 laser excitation," Optical Engineering 35(1), (1 January 1996). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.601034 . Submission:
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