Measurements and empirical modeling of pure CO(2) absorption in the 2.3-νm region at room temperature: far wings, allowed and collision-induced bands.

@article{Tonkov1996MeasurementsAE,
  title={Measurements and empirical modeling of pure CO(2) absorption in the 2.3-νm region at room temperature: far wings, allowed and collision-induced bands.},
  author={Mikhail V. Tonkov and N. N. Filippov and Vladimir Bertsev and Jean Pierre Bouanich and Nguyen Van-Thanh and Christian Brodbeck and Jean Michel Hartmann and Christian Boulet and Franck Thibault and R. Le Doucen},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={1996},
  volume={35 24},
  pages={
          4863-70
        }
}
Measurements of pure CO(2) absorption in the 2.3-μm region are presented. The 3800-4700-cm(-1) range has been investigated at room temperature for pressures in the 10-50-atm range by using long optical paths. Phenomena that contribute to absorption are listed and analyzed, including the contribution of far line wings as well as those of the central region of both allowed and collision-induced absorption bands. The presence of simultaneous transitions is also discussed. Simple and practical… CONTINUE READING
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