Abstract

The cavity-ringdown technique is applied to measure Rayleigh extinctions of Ar, N2, and SF6 in the 560–650-nm region at 294 K. It is shown that experimental and calculated Rayleigh scattering cross sections agree within an experimental uncertainty of 1% (for SF6, 3%).

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