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Laser monitoring of atmospheric NO using ultraviolet differential-absorption techniques

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Abstract

Atmospheric NO was detected in a long-path absorption experiment using a frequency-doubled dye laser, twice Raman shifted in H2 to 227 nm. Apart from measurements employing a distant retroreflector, the potential of range-resolved lidar measurements was investigated.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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