IR/THZ DOUBLE RESONANCE SPECTROSOCPY ENERGY DYNAMICS AT ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURES

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Title: IR/THZ DOUBLE RESONANCE SPECTROSOCPY ENERGY DYNAMICS AT ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURES
Creators: Phillips, Dane J.; Tanner, Elizabeth A.; Everitt, Henry O.; Medvedev, Ivan R.; Holt, Jennifer; Neese, Christopher F.; De Lucia, Frank C.
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: Recently it has been proposed that IR/THz double resonance (DR) spectroscopy has potential for remote detection of trace gases at atmospheric pressures. Historically, these techniques have been utilized in the investigation of molecular collision dynamics. Understanding the effects of pressure on the energy dynamics of the system aids in the prediction of signatures in remotes sensing applications. We have performed IR/THz DR spectroscopy on a selection of gases and at a variety of pressures. Energy transfer models are utilized to understand the effects of pressure on these dynamics. Latest results will be presented in the context of remote sensing applications and laboratory studies.
Description: Author Institution: Kratos Defense and Security Soultions Digital Fusion Solutions; Advanced Technologies Division, 5030 Bradford Dr., Building I, Suite 210; Huntsville, AL 35805; Army Aviation and Missile RD\&E Center, Weapon Sciences Directorate; Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898; Department of Physics, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Wright State; University, Dayton, OH 45435; Department of Physics, 191 Woodruff Ave. Ohio State University; Columbus, OH 43210
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/49420
Other Identifiers: 2011-TB-05
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