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Near infrared spectrometer helps monitor air pollution

Near infrared spectrometer helps monitor air pollution

In order to better understand global climate change, especially the exchange of greenhouse gases (CO2, CH4, N2O, HF, Co, H2O and HDO) between the atmosphere and the biosphere, research institutions such as the total carbon column observation network (tccon) and the atmospheric composition change observation network (NDACC) have been established one after another.

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These are networks of ground-based infrared spectrometers (and other instruments), which use the sun as a light source to record atmospheric spectra in the near-infrared or mid infrared spectral range.

 

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Post time: Jun-30-2022