Ultraviolet absorption cross-sections of bromoform in the temperature range 295-240K
Earth and related Environmental sciences
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Ultraviolet absorption cross-sections of bromoform (CHBr3) have been measured for temperatures ranging from 295 to 240 K with two different experimental equipments: a) with a fixed optical path of 200 cm for wavelengths ranging from 170 to 300 run and b) with a multiple reflection cell in the wavelength region 252-310 nm. These two sets of data are in very close agreement (better than the uncertainties quoted for each measurement) in the overlap region. This fact allows to conclude to the full compatibility and complementarity of the two experimental devices in determining absorption cross-section of atmospheric constituents.
CitationGillotay, D.; Jenouvrier, A.; Coquart, B.; Merienne, M.F.; Simon, P.C. (1989). Ultraviolet absorption cross-sections of bromoform in the temperature range 295-240K. , Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 37, Issue 9, 1127-1140, DOI: 10.1016/0032-0633(89)90084-6.