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Optical Monitoring of N2O5 in a Nocturnal Tropospheric Chemical Reaction Process using Quantum Cascade Laser

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Abstract

A spectroscopic instrument based on an external cavity quantum cascade laser was developed for optical monitoring of dinitrogen pentoxide (N2O5) at the ppbv-level in a nocturnal tropospheric chemical reaction process in an atmospheric simulation chamber.

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