Revival: Handbook of High Resolution Infrared Laboratory Spectra of Atmospheric Interest (1981) - CRC Press Revivals (Paperback)
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Revival: Handbook of High Resolution Infrared Laboratory Spectra of Atmospheric Interest (1981) - CRC Press Revivals (Paperback)

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The handbook presents spectra to be utilized for the detection and measurement of new constituents in the earth's atmosphere and to obtain data for common minor species with large gas amounts in the absorption cell (such as CH/sub 4/ and N/sub 2/O). These results can be applied in the identification of absorption features in atmospheric spectra determined over long atmospheric paths. The spectra were recorded with Fourier Transform Spectrometers which are more precise than grating spectrometers. Each molecule spectrum was plotted on two scales: a condensed scale covering the range from 75 to 300/cm in one frame, and an expanded view covering 20 or 10/cm per frame. Each plot contains the name of the molecule, chemical formula, the gas pressure, cell length, and estimated resolution of the spectrum.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781138559554
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 531 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 mm

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