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Cavity ringdown spectroscopy measurements of the infrared water vapor continuum
(American Institute of Physics Inc, 2002)
The measurements of the water vapor continuum were analyzed using infrared cavity ringdown spectroscopy (CRDS) at frequencies of 931.002, 944.195 and 969.104 cm-1. The experiments uses a continuous-wave CO2 laser and an ...
University of Toronto's balloon-borne fourier transform spectrometer
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James R. Drummond (Draft Profile)
Infrared water vapor continuum absorption at atmospheric temperatures
(American Institute of Physics Inc, 2005)
We have used a continuous-wave carbon dioxide laser in a single-mode realization of cavity ring-down spectroscopy to measure absorption coefficients of water vapor at 944 cm-1 for several temperatures in the range 270-315 ...