Abstract

The infrared spectral absorptance of HCl was measured experimentally at temperatures ranging from room temperature to 1200°K. The measured spectral absorptance was compared to that calculated from band model theories and from a simple isolated line model. Agreement between calculation and theory was good. The band model calculation fit the data best at high temperature; at low temperature, where the band model theory was less successful, the isolated line theory gave an excellent fit.

© 1963 Optical Society of America

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