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Journal Articles Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer Year : 2023

Temperature-dependent CO2 line mixing models using dual frequency comb absorption and phase spectroscopy up to 25 bar and 1000 K

Ryan K. Cole
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Nazanin Hoghooghi
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Gregory B. Rieker
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Abstract

We perform dual frequency comb laser absorption spectroscopy of CO2 at high pressure and temperature, and use the spectra to test and improve CO2 line mixing models and their temperature dependence. The dual-comb spectrometer spans 6800-7000 cm-1 with 0.0066 cm-1 point spacing, and is coupled to a specialized, high-pressure, high-temperature gas cell providing conditions up to 977 K and 25 bar. We compare our measurements to spectra calculated using an advanced line mixing model for pure CO2 based on the energy-corrected sudden (ECS) approximation. We determine a new set of temperature-dependent ECS model parameters, and show that the new parameters significantly improve the accuracy of the ECS line mixing model over a temperature range spanning 298-977 K. We also compare the measured spectra to a simpler line mixing model developed using the modified exponential gap (MEG) scaling law, and report the temperature and pressure dependence of the MEG model parameters required to scale the model across wide ranges of conditions. Finally, we report high-pressure, ambient-temperature measurements of CO2 spectra in both amplitude (absorption) and phase using the dual-comb spectrometer. We use these measured absorption and phase spectra to assess the performance of the ECS and MEG line mixing models at high densities near room temperature. To the best of our knowledge, these results represent the first study of line mixing using phase spectroscopy. Overall, the results of this study significantly expand line mixing models for CO2 at high pressure and temperature and improve the accuracy and availability of absorption models for harsh conditions encountered in laser-based sensing and planetary science.
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insu-03993943 , version 1 (17-02-2023)

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Ryan K. Cole, Ha Tran, Nazanin Hoghooghi, Gregory B. Rieker. Temperature-dependent CO2 line mixing models using dual frequency comb absorption and phase spectroscopy up to 25 bar and 1000 K. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 2023, 297, ⟨10.1016/j.jqsrt.2023.108488⟩. ⟨insu-03993943⟩
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