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    Publication Date: 2019-07-13
    Description: A tunable-diode-laser radiometer with a spectral resolution of 0.007/cm was used to obtain IR solar absorption spectra in the 9.1-11.1 micron region. Spectra exhibiting absorption by HNO3, CO2, O3, and H2O were obtained in a piecewise manner using emission modes from a single Pb-salt laser local oscillator. The measured spectra were compared to synthetic atmospheric spectra calculated using a line-by-line model. The results demonstrate that high-resolution IR solar absorption spectroscopy and atmospheric extinction measurements can be routinely performed over wide spectral regions using semiconductor lasers.
    Type: Atmospheric transmission; April 21-22, 1981; Washington, DC
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