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Recovery of absolute gas absorption lineshapes using TDLS at arbitrary modulation indices

Bain, J.R.P. and Stewart, G. and Duffin, K. and Lengden, M. and Ruxton, K.C. and Johnstone, W. (2009) Recovery of absolute gas absorption lineshapes using TDLS at arbitrary modulation indices. In: UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

Presentation submitted to the International Conference on Field Laser Applications in Industry and Research (FLAIR), held in Grainau, Germany, on the 6-11 September 2009. Exhibition & Poster Session I “Hotel am Badersee”