SO2 absorption cross section measurement in the UV using a Fourier transform spectrometer
Earth and related Environmental sciences
absorption cross section; atmospheric chemistry; Fourier transform spectrometer; spectroscopic techniques; sulphur dioxide; ultraviolet radiation
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Absorption cross sections of SO2 have been recorded at 295 K at the resolutions of 2 and 16 cm-1. The 27 000- to 40 000-cm-1 spectral region has been investigated. The comparison with data available from the literature shows a good agreement between the different data sets (less than 5%). However, local discrepancies, for example at the peaks of absorption, can reach 20%.
CitationVandaele, A.C.; Simon, P.C.; Guilmot, J.M.; Carleer, M.; Colin, R. (1994). SO2 absorption cross section measurement in the UV using a Fourier transform spectrometer. , Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 99, Issue D12, 25599-25605, DOI: 10.1029/94JD02187.