Infrared cross-sections and integrated band intensities of propylene: Temperature-dependent studies

@inproceedings{Essebbar2014InfraredCA,
  title={Infrared cross-sections and integrated band intensities of propylene: Temperature-dependent studies},
  author={Et-touhami Es-sebbar and Majed A. Alrefae and Aamir Farooq},
  year={2014}
}
Propylene, a by-product of biomass burning, thermal cracking of hydrocarbons and incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, is a ubiquitous molecule found in the environment and atmosphere. Accurate infrared (IR) cross-sections and integrated band intensities of propylene are essential for quantitative measurements and atmospheric modeling. We measured absolute IR cross-sections of propylene using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy over the wavenumber range of 400–6500 cm 1 and at gas… CONTINUE READING
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