TOPIC: Molecular Spectroscopy and Photochemistry.
From a computer controlled spectroscopic experiment to an international database for remote detection of molecules.
No. ET400400410, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
The high-resolution spectroscopy is considered as the crucial information source in the monitoring of the environmental, atmospheric and space research. To support obtaining the unique information on the horizontal and vertical molecular concentration, sophisticated measurements, experiment simulations and theoretical studies in rovibrational spectroscopy are intended. Original experiments and simulations are planned especially in the hyperfine interaction problems to solve questions of determination of the atmospheric concentration of the molecules containing nitrogen, chlorine and bromine. The results are aimed to the international database HITRAN and then to industry applications, emission monitoring, astrophysics and especially to the atmospheric research. A deep usage of the informational and computer technologies is desirable in all phases of the proposed research. The planned studies are connected to a number of international projects of the atmospheric research.
prof. RNDr. URBAN Ĺ tÄ›pĂˇn, CSc.
Department: Department of Molecular Electrochemistry and Catalysis
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