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Type: Artigo
Title: Infrared optoacoustic spectroscopy of CHD2OH around 10R and 10P CO2 laser lines
Author: Viscovini, R. C.
Cruz, F. C.
Scalabrin, A.
Pereira, D.
Abstract: In this work we present results of an investigation on Doppler limited infrared absorbing transitions of CHD2OH by optoacoustic detection. It is an alternative and attractive technique to be applied to this methanol isotopomer, in comparison to Fourier transform spectroscopy. Using a waveguide CO2 laser of 290 MHz tunability on each line, we were able to observe 60 IR absorptions, most of them of large offset. The data will be useful in the theoretical analysis of this molecule, as well as in the generation of far-infrared (FIR) laser radiation in optically pumped molecular lasers.
In this work we present results of an investigation on Doppler limited infrared absorbing transitions of CHD2OH by optoacoustic detection. It is an alternative and attractive technique to be applied to this methanol isotopomer, in comparison to Fourier transform spectroscopy. Using a waveguide CO2 laser of 290 MHz tunability on each line, we were able to observe 60 IR absorptions, most of them of large offset. The data will be useful in the theoretical analysis of this molecule, as well as in the generation of far-infrared (FIR) laser radiation in optically pumped molecular lasers.
Subject: Espectroscopia acústica - Ótica
Lasers infravermelhos longínquos
Metanol - Isótopos
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Springer
Citation: International Journal Of Infrared And Millimeter Waves. Kluwer Academic/plenum Publ, v. 25, n. 2, n. 257, n. 275, 2004.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1023/B:IJIM.0000017898.47497.c8
Address: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1023/B:IJIM.0000017898.47497.c8
Date Issue: 2004
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