Journal of Applied Spectroscopy

, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp 815–821 | Cite as

Spectral absorption coefficients of a CO2 plasma at the pressure p = 5 atm

  • V. V. Azharonok
  • V. A. Gubkevich
  • N. I. Chubrik
  • V. D. Shimanovich
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Analytical Chemistry Absorption Coefficient Molecular Structure Spectral Absorption Spectral Absorption Coefficient 

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  • V. V. Azharonok
  • V. A. Gubkevich
  • N. I. Chubrik
  • V. D. Shimanovich

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