Infrared Absorption by Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapor, and Minor Atmospheric Constituents
Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories, Office of Aerospace Research, U.S. Air Force, 1962 - Absorption spectra - 316 pages
THIS REPORT PRESENTS RESULTS OF STUDIES CONCERNED WITH THE ABSORPTION OF INFRARED RADIATION BY VARIOUS ATOMOSPHERIC GASES. INCLUDES 3 PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED REPORTS ON (1) ABSORPTION BY N2O, CO AND CH4; (2) ABSORPTION BY CO2; (3) ABSORPTION BY WATER VAPOR AND N2O.
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