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Measurements of the total third-order nonresonant susceptibilities of C3H8, CO2, and C2H4, and their application to N2 CARS thermometry

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The total nonresonant susceptibilities of C3H8, CO2, and C2H4, measured by fitting the coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectra of binary mixtures of these gases and nitrogen with theoretical N2 CARS spectra are reported. These measurements are compared with the values in the literature obtained by CARS and other techniques. For propane and carbon dioxide, the effect of including their contribution to the broadening of nitrogen Raman lines on the inferred nonresonant susceptibilities is also examined.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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