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Applications of cw Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy to the Study of Trace Atmospheric Constituents

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Diode laser cavity ring-down spectroscopy is a versatile method for quantitative determination of trace atmospheric constituents. Examples include measurement of mixing ratios of small organic compounds, isotopologue-specific spectroscopy, and optical extinction by atmospheric aerosol particles.

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