Absorption cross-sections of NO 2 : simulation of temperature and pressure e-ects

@inproceedings{Vandaelea2002AbsorptionCO,
  title={Absorption cross-sections of NO 2 : simulation of temperature and pressure e-ects},
  author={A. C. Vandaelea and C. Hermansa and S. Fallyb and M. Carleerb and A. Jenouvrierc and B. Coquartc and R. Colinb},
  year={2002}
}
  • A. C. Vandaelea, C. Hermansa, +4 authors R. Colinb
  • Published 2002
The measurements of the NO2 absorption cross sections by several authors have been considered in order to derive its temperature and pressure dependences in the 13 200–42 000 cm−1 spectral range. The temperature dependence is assumed to be linear in the temperature range investigated (217.0–298:5 K), whereas the in=uence of the total pressure is expressed as a temperature-dependent broadening coe?cient. From measurements performed with mixtures of NO2 in air and in N2, values of air (296 K) and… CONTINUE READING

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