# BAND AND LINE STRENGTHS OF FIFTEEN MICRON CARBON DIOXIDE BANDS FROM GAS SAMPLES AT HIGH TEMPERATURES

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 Title: BAND AND LINE STRENGTHS OF FIFTEEN MICRON CARBON DIOXIDE BANDS FROM GAS SAMPLES AT HIGH TEMPERATURES Creators: Hoke, M.; Esplin, Mark P. Issue Date: 1990 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: Spectral data of samples of carbon dioxide, of natural isotopic abundance, heated to 800 K are being analyzed to yield estimates of band and line strengths. The sample call windows are necessarily at room temperaturel consequently the gas sample temperature is not homogenous. Analysis techniques are baing developed to cope with this problem. The interferometric measurements were made using the GL (Geophysics Laboratory/ APSC) high resolution Fourier transform $spectrometer^{2}$ employing a maximum resolution of $0.004 cm^{-1}$. This work was supported by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) as part of CL task 231001. Description: $^{1}$ William S. Dalton and Hajime Sakai. Applied Optics 19, 2413 (1980). $^{2}$ Mark P. Esplin and Laurence S. Rothman. J. Mol. Spec. 116, 351 (1986). Author Institution: OPT/GL.(AFSC), Hanscom AFB; Stewart Radiance Laboratory, Utah State University URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/18317 Other Identifiers: 1990-TF-8