Absorption cross-sections of atmospheric constituents: NO2, O2, and H2O
Earth and related Environmental sciences
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Absorption spectroscopy, which is widely used for concentration measurements of tropospheric and stratospheric compounds, requires precise values of the absorption cross-sections of the measured species. NO2, O2 and its collision-induced absorption spectrum, and H2O absorption cross-sections have been measured at temperature and pressure conditions prevailing in the Earth's atmosphere. Corrections to the generally accepted analysis procedures used to resolve the convolution problem are also proposed.
CitationHermans, C.; Vandaele, A.C.; Carleer, M.; Fally, S.; Colin, R.; Jenouvrier, A.; Coquart, B.; Mérienne, M.-F. (1999). Absorption cross-sections of atmospheric constituents: NO2, O2, and H2O. , Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Vol. 6, Issue 3, 151-158, DOI: 10.1007/BF02987620.