Abstract

Laboratory spectra of the υ6(b) band of H2O2 at 1266 cm−1 have been obtained at a resolution of 0.06 cm−1 and at temperatures ranging from 278 to 294 K. A total band intensity of 375 ± 17 cm−2 amagat−1 is determined from the spectra. Special techniques to handle the H2O2 samples in a way that minimizes abundance determination errors are discussed.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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