Abstract

Measurements of absorption by the P(14)–P(24) 10.4-μm CO2 laser transitions have been performed at 200 Torr at temperatures from 540 to 775 K. Using these results plus earlier data, empirical curves describing the absorption coefficients as a function of temperature are determined over the temperature range from 295 to 775 K. Comparison of model predictions with experiment is made and a discussion of the divergence between them is given.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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