Vol. 3, issue 03, article # 19

pdf Kabanov M. V., Kolevatov A. S., Razenkov I. A., Kopylova T. N., Kitris A. N., Degtyarenko K. M. XeCl-excimer-laser multifunctional differential absorption and scattering lidar. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 03. P. 301-303.
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Excimer-laser and dye-laser lidar systems for determining different impurities in the troposphere and stratosphere are examined. The possibilities of these systems are analyzed. A mobile multifunctional lidar, based on an XeCl laser lasing at a wavelength of 308 μm and a dye laser lasing at the wavelength 300 and 450 μm, for determining SO2 and NO2 in the atmosphere is described.


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