Abstract

The sensitive optical detection technique of cavity ringdown spectroscopy is extended to the wavelength range 197–204 nm. A novel design narrowband Fourier-transform-limited laser is used, and the technique is applied to gas-phase extinction measurements in CO2, SF6, and O2. Further demonstration of the system capabilities is given in high-resolution recordings of the Schumann–Runge 0,0, 1,0, and 2,0 bands in O2.

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