COMPARISON OF MEASURED AND COMPUTED SPECTRA OF AIR SAMPLES

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Title: COMPARISON OF MEASURED AND COMPUTED SPECTRA OF AIR SAMPLES
Creators: Nordstrom, R. J.; Skinner, W. R.; Shaw, J. H.; Chan, W. H.; Uselman, W. M.; Calvert, J. G.
Issue Date: 1976
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: Air spectra with path lengths from 10 m to 1 km together with solar spectra have been obtained between $700 cm^{-1}$ and $2600 cm^{-1}$ using Fourier transform spectroscopy with a nominal resolution of $0.125 ~cm^{-1}$. These have been compared with synthetic spectra calculated by using the AFCRL line $listing.^{1}$ The agreement between the spectra and the use of this technique to estimate abundances of atmospheric gases is discussed.
Description: $^{1}$R. A. McClatchey, W. S. Benedict, S. A, Clough, D. E. Burch, R. F. Calfee, K. Fox, L. S. Rothman, and J. S. Garing, (1973), AFCR.L Atmospheric Absorption Line Parameters Compilation, AFCRL-TR-0096, Jan. 1973. This project has been financed, in part, with federal funds from the Environmental Protection Agency under Grant Number R8O3868-1.
Author Institution: Department of Physics and Department of Chemistry, The Ohio State University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/9667
Other Identifiers: 1976-RA-8
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