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USE OF TIME RESOLVED RAMAN SCATTERING FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF DISSOCIATION RATES IN A SHOCK TUBE,
FRANK J SEILER RESEARCH LAB UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY COLO
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The use of Raman scattering as a diagnostic tool for measuring gaseous relaxation rates in a shock tube is investigated. The theory of Raman scattering is reviewed and the application to shock tube measurements is developed. Results of an experiment are discussed. While a Raman signal was detected it is concluded that additional development is required before this technique may by applied successfully. Author
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