N2-collisional shift coefficients of lines in the υ3 band of methane at low temperatures – Work in progress

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Résumé


The study of the line parameters of methane is very important for the remote sensing of our atmosphere [1] (methane is the third green house gas) but also for the study of the atmosphere of others planets [2,3] and stellar objects [4] such as Jupiter [5] or Titan [4].

In this work, we measured the shift coefficient of absorption lines in the υ3 band of methane perturbed by nitrogen at different low temperatures (0°C, -25°C, …) using a two-beams tunable diode laser spectrometer.

For each line, we recorded spectra at 4 different pressures of nitrogen. The shifts
of lines have been determined using a procedure where a non perturbed line of pure methane is simultaneously recorded with N2-shifted transitions from the gas sample under study. Each experimental lineshape has been fitted individually with the Rautian-Sobel’mann profile, which includes the Dicke narrowing, in order to obtain the collisional shift. Finally, the coefficient of collisional shift is the slope of the best straight line of linear regression trough the collisional shifts obtained at the 4 different pressures.



[1] M. Cao, K. Gregson, and S. Marshall, Atmospheric Environment 1998, 32(19), 3293-3299.

[2] E. Karkoschka and M. Tomasko, Icarus 2009, 202(1), 287-309.

[3] E. Karkoschka and M. Tomasko, Icarus 2011, 211(1), 780-797.

[4] V. Boudon, J.-P. Champion, T. Gabard, M. Loëte, A. Coustenis, C. De Bergh, B. Bézard, E. Lellouche, P. Drossart, M. Hirtig, A. Negrão, and C.A. Griffith, Société Française de Physique – Sciences de la Matière et Technologies, Société française de physique 2008, 11, 13-16.

[5] J.S. Margolis, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 1971, 11(1), 69-73.

langue originaleAnglais
étatPublié - 27 août 2013
EvénementThe 23th Colloquium On High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy - Budapest, Hongrie
Durée: 25 août 201330 août 2013

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ColloqueThe 23th Colloquium On High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy
PaysHongrie
La villeBudapest
période25/08/1330/08/13

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methane
shift
coefficients
nitrogen
atmospheres
laser spectrometers
Titan
Jupiter (planet)
troughs
gases
radiative transfer
remote sensing
planets
regression analysis
diodes
slopes
profiles
spectroscopy

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Vispoel, B., Populaire, C., & Lepère, M. (2013). N2-collisional shift coefficients of lines in the υ3 band of methane at low temperatures – Work in progress. Poster présenté � The 23th Colloquium On High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy, Budapest, Hongrie.
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N2-collisional shift coefficients of lines in the υ3 band of methane at low temperatures – Work in progress. / Vispoel, Bastien; Populaire, Claude; Lepère, Muriel.

2013. Poster présenté � The 23th Colloquium On High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy, Budapest, Hongrie.

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