Abstract

A swept-wavelength external cavity quanhim cascade laser measures broadband infrared absolution spectra from 2050-2300 cm-1 at a 100 Hz rate to determine time-resolved temperabrre and column densities of CO, CO2, H2O, and N2O in high-explosive detonations.

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