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dc.creatorPicqué, Nathalieen_US
dc.creatorGuelachvili, G.en_US
dc.description$^{a}$ G. Guelachvili, Selective detection of paramagnetic species by high-information Fourier-transform spectrometry. Journal of the Optical Society of America B 3, 1718-1721, 1986; N. Picqu\'e, G. Guelachvili. High resolution multi-modulation Fourier transform spectroscopy, Applied Optics 38, 1999 in press, and references therein. $^{b}$ X. Hong, and T. A. Miller, Determination of concentrations via the dimination of Doppler shifts by radiation trapping. Chemical Physics 228, 131-144, 1998, and references therein. $^{c}$ C. S. Gudeman, M. H. Begeman, J. Pfaff, and R. J. Saykally, Velocity modulated infrared laser spectroscopy of molecular ions: the $v_{1}$ band of %HCO^{-}$, Physical Review Letters 50, 727-731, 1983. $^{d}$ G. Durry, These Doctorat en Sciences, Sp\'ecialit\'e Optique et Photonique, n. 3149, Universit\'e de Paris-Sud (1994). $^{(1)}$ Associ\'e \'a l 'Universit\'e de Paris-Sud.en_US
dc.descriptionAuthor Institution: Laboratoire de Photophysique Mol\'eculaire,$^{(1)}$ Laboratoire de Photophysique Mol\'eculaire, Unit\'e Propre du CNRS, Universit\'e de Paris-Suden_US
dc.description.abstractSelective detection techniques in FTS have already been $demonstrad^{a}$ with step-scan interferometers and have produced original results with rapid-$scan^{b}$ interferometers. We report recent high resolution double modulation FT emission spectra of molecular ions, created in a glow discharge, with velocity $modulation^{c}$ as a source modulation. Solutions to perform a fast high resolution diagnostic, based on the double-modulation FTS approach, are developped. They consist of recording, in a few minutes, only a portion of the high path difference set of selective and nonselective interferograms. The Fourier transform of this limited part of the interferogram, with no care of the phase, can provide useful information on the species present in the plasma. The interferometer of the LPPM has already produced, under rudimentary instrumental conditions, nice high resolution time-resolved $results^{d}$. It has been improved, so the $10^{3}$ high resolution spectra each made of $10^{6}$ samples may be recorded in 5 hours with a time resolution up to 2 ns. Experimental solutions to overcome the difficulties related to the dynamic range and the time-resolution as well as time-resolved observations of electrical discharge in argon/hydrogen or nitrogen/helium mixtures are described.en_US
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dc.publisherOhio State Universityen_US

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