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      Spectroscopy; CO2-laser; photoacoustic; chloromethane

    • Abstract


      Spectra of coincidence of CH3C1 IR absorption with CO2-laser emission were recorded by a photoacoustic detection method in the whole range of CO2-laser emission. The samples were neat gas and mixtures with argon, at several pressures (10 to 600Torr) so that pressure effects could be observed. The results show that argon affects absorption of CO2-laser emission quite differently from neat chloromethane, both regarding the most prominent coincidences and background absorption.

    • Author Affiliations


      Bojan B Radak1 Ljubica T Petkovska1 Šćepan S Miljanić1 Raymond T Bailey2 Francis R Cruickshank2 David Pugh2

      1. Boris Kidric Institute of Nuclear Sciences - Vinča, POB 522, Belgrade - 11001, Yugoslavia
      2. Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Stratclyde, 295 Cathedral Street, Glasgow - G1 1XL, UK
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  • Journal of Chemical Sciences | News

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