Abstract

Infrared spectral emissivities of hot carbon dioxide have been determined by measurement of the infrared absorption spectra of gas samples heated under controlled conditions. Measurements in the 4.3-μ region are described and are discussed in relation to molecular energy distributions, theoretically calculated emissivities, and flame radiation.

© 1961 Optical Society of America

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