CHARACTERIZATION AND CALIBRATION OF THE BRUKER IFS 120 HR

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Title: CHARACTERIZATION AND CALIBRATION OF THE BRUKER IFS 120 HR
Creators: Birk, M.; Peterson, D. B.; Pickett, H. M.
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: Absorption spectra of $CO_{2}, N_{2}O$ and $CS_{2}$ have been recorded using the Bruker IFS 120 HR spectrometer. Absolute frequency calibration for the mid-infrared was completed using the $CO_{2}$ and $N_{2}O$ absorption lines. The transitions were compared to previous data1 and produced a RMS deviation of $0.00005 cm^{-1}$. The $CS_{2}$ spectra at $2100 cm^{-1}$ was used to characterize the instrumental lineshape. After a correction for field of view effects an agreement of 0.03 \% transmission was achieved between experimental and theoretical lineshapes. The results of the characterization and calibration will be discussed.
Description: $^{1}$ C. R. Pollock et.al. J. Mol. Spec. 102. 112 (1983).
Author Institution: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/18261
Other Identifiers: 1990-TB-6
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