Accession Number:

AD0271171

Title:

THE INFRARED ABSORPTION OF CARBON DIOXIDE

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Corporate Author:

PHILCO NEWPORT BEACH CALIF AERONUTRONIC DIV

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Report Date:

1961-12-30

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

The infrared absorption of carbon dioxide was calculated over a wide range of path length and pressure from 1500 to 110,000 cm. The results are presented in extensive tables which give the transmission over intervals of 15 cm and also averaged over larger intervals. The calculated data representing the intensity, position, and number of spectral lines in a given frequency interval is tabulated in a form which is useful for further transmission calculations. All lines from all isotopic species having an intensity greater than 110 to the 8th power of the strongest line in an absorption region were included in the calculation. The transmission values were calculated from the quasi-random model which stimulates the actual frequency and intensity distributions of spectral lines better than pr vious models. Autor

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE