Dual-comb interferometry enables the identification of a gas through the measure of its unique spectral signature with high resolution and fast acquisition [1]. It has been used here to study the spectroscopic properties of an important greenhouse gas: methane. The environmental influence of methane, as well as its economic impact, have proven the need to study its spectroscopic signature with a high level of accuracy [2].

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