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Microwave pressure broadening in O₂ and H₂O above one atmosphere

Irwin A. Kaufman

Microwave pressure broadening in O₂ and H₂O above one atmosphere

by Irwin A. Kaufman

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Published in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microwave spectroscopy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Irwin A. Kaufman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC454 .K225
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 118 l.
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5690038M
    LC Control Number70012186

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Microwave pressure broadening in O₂ and H₂O above one atmosphere by Irwin A. Kaufman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The pressure broadened half‐widths of the 60 GHz microwave spectrum in O2 have been calculated for low pressures where the lines do not overlap. Both self‐broadening and foreign gas broadening by noble gases have been calculated using various semiempirical potential surfaces.

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The data obtained for pure oxygen at 80 cm Hg pressure are shown plotted in Figure 2 (a), together with two curves of predicted absorption at 80 cm Hg pressure for line breadths vcm - and cm.

Title: Microwave pressure broadening studies of ethylene oxide: Authors: Srivastava, G. P.; Kumar, A. Affiliation: AA(Univ. Delhi, India), AB(Univ.

Delhi, India). Characteristics of an atmospheric-pressure line plasma excited by GHz microwave travelling wave Haruka Suzuki 1*, Suguru Nakano, Hitoshi Itoh2,3, Makoto Sekine 1,2, Masaru Hori, and Hirotaka Toyoda1,2 1Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Nagoya University, NagoyaJapan 2Plasma Nanotechnology Research Center, Nagoya University, NagoyaAuthor: Haruka Suzuki, Suguru Nakano, Hitoshi Itoh, Makoto Sekine, Masaru Hori, Hirotaka Toyoda.

Plasma at atmospheric pressure can be obtained by surface wave propagation with a surfatron. If the plasma is produced within a quartz tube, it is constricted to a diameter of approx. 1 or 2 mm but its length can attain some tens of centimeters with microwave power as low as W.

Photoelectron spectroscopy is the study of the kinetic energies of the photoelectrons ejected from gaseous species by monochromatic radiation.

Subtraction of these kinetic energies from the incident photon energy yields the binding energies of the orbitals from which the electrons were removed. The work to be described falls into two main parts.

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Describe the basic theory of operation of klystrons. No Yes (see image link below) but water (even as vapor in the air) reduces transmission a lot. Microwaves can and do penetrate the atmosphere. Infact they are often used as a primary form of. In particular, SW driven plasma sources can operate over a wide range of operating conditions and geometries, which makes them very versatile [6].

A waveguide surfatron [7] has usually been used as a launcher. One of the main advantages of such microwave discharges at atmospheric pressure is that. the book D. Pozar, Microwave Engineering (third edition).

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Now it's time for a Microwaves rule of thumb: Atfeet, pressure is about 1% of what it is at sea level. For all intents and purposes, if your system has to operate atfeet, you can consider that it must perform in a vacuum (zero air pressure). Author: Unknown Editor. Atmospheric-pressure microwave sources and plasmas The microwave plasmas operating at atmospheric pres-sure can be induced by several types of microwave field applicators, which may be classified as follows: A.

Surface-wave-discharge MPSs: a) coaxial-line-supplied, called surfatrons (not presented in this paper). Microwave radiation is absorbed by atmospheric oxygen and water vapor and is absorbed and scattered by rainfall.

This report provides values of these losses in the freqoeticy decade from 10 to GHz for paths through the atmosphere at elevation angles from 0 to 90 degrees. oxygen at atmospheric pressures are of interest in their own right for a variety of communications and remote sensing problems.

Thus, there exist accurate absorption and dispersion measurements over a wide range of pressures, thereby making this microwave spectrum an attractive test case for microwave line broadening theories. Estimation of Microwave Power Margin Losses Due to Earth’s Atmosphere and Weather in the Frequency Range of 3–30 GHz.

Prepared for the United States Air Force Spectrum Efficient Technologies for Test and Evaluation Advanced Range Telemetry Edwards Air Force Base, California. Christian M. Ho, Charles Wang, Kris Angkasa, and Kelly Gritton. The signal was found to be nearly independent of pressure, for pressures up to one atmosphere, when the excitation beam was detuned 6 GHz from line center for an isolated line in iodine.

The signal amplitude was found to be nearly equal to the amplitude for fluorescence at atmospheric pressure, which indicates a density measurement scheme is. Start studying MICROWAVE PRINCIPLES. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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The propagation of a microwave in an atmospheric pressure plasma (APP) layer is described numerically with an integral–differential wave equation in one dimension (normal incident) case and with the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method in two dimension (oblique incident) case.

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