THE FAR INFRARED EXPERIMENTAL FACILITY AT THE CANADIAN LIGHT SOURCE

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Title: THE FAR INFRARED EXPERIMENTAL FACILITY AT THE CANADIAN LIGHT SOURCE
Creators: Appadoo, Dominique R. T.; May, T.
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: The far-infrared (far-IR) experimental facility at the Canadian Light Source Inc. (CLSI) has been dedicated primarily to high-resolution gas-phase spectroscopic studies of stable and unstable molecule. Using long wavelength optics, the Bending Magnet's infrared radiation is steered to a Bruker IFS125 HR spectrometer for ultra-high spectral resolution ($\ge$ 0.0009 \wn, MOPD = 9.4 m) gas-phase studies. This report describes our efforts at the CLSI in getting the far-IR experimental facility ready for users. In particular, we will compare the brightness and noise level of the IR synchrotron radiation at the CLSI to that of a globar in the far-IR region; we will also study the lineshapes and linewidths.
Description: Author Institution: Canadian Light Source Inc.,; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 0X4, Canada,} \author{and A.R.W. MCKELLAR; Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, National Research Council of Canada,; Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R6, Canada
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/30279
Other Identifiers: 2005-FC-11
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