O3_SERDYUCHENKOV1

Tabulated high resolution cross-sections of O3 from 213 nm to 1100 nm measured by Serdyuchenko et al. 2011. These are a new generation of cross-sections with measurements from 193 K to 293 K in 10 K steps at high resolution. The Serdychenko measurements try to avoid the limitations of interpolation by making twice as many measurements. Measurements are provided at the following eleven temperatures,

  • 193 K
  • 203 K
  • 213 K
  • 223 K
  • 233 K
  • 243 K
  • 253 K
  • 263 K
  • 273 K
  • 283 K
  • 293 K

Example

optprop = ISKOpticalProperty('O3_SERDYUCHENKOV1')
msis = ISKClimatology('MSIS90');
mjd = 52393.3792987115;
location = [0.0, 0.0, 25000.0, mjd];
optprop.SetAtmosphericState( msis)
optprop.SetLocation(location)
[ok, abs, ext,sca] = optprop.CalculateCrossSections( 1.0E7/600.0, location );

Properties

SetTemperature (double n)

Sets the temperature in Kelvins that will be used in the next calculation of cross-sections.

Header details from distributed Data Files

Source: IUP, MolSpec Lab, Serdyuchenko A., Gorshelev V, Weber M.
Spectrometer:   Echelle Spectrometer ESA 4000 and Bruker HR 120 FTS
Double jacket quartz cell, thermo-insulated, pre-cooler, cryogenic cooling
Spectral Resolution(HWHM):
0.01 nm below 290 nm,
1 cm-1 between 290 nm and 350 nm,
0.01 nm between 350 nm and 450 nm,
1 cm-1 between 450 nm and 1100 nm,
Grid: interpolated on grid 0.01 nm
Absolute calibration: using pure ozone pressure.

Relative systematic uncertainty budget:
pressure:    2%
temperature: 1%
absorption length: < 0.1%
Total relative systematic uncertainty <3%
Concatenated spectra parameters:
Spectral regions: Lightsource stability  Optical density limits:
213-290 nm          0.5%                   0.5-2
290-310 nm          2%                     0.1-2
310-340 nm          1%                     0.1-2
340-450 nm          1%                     0.05-1
450-750 nm          0.2%                   0.5-2
750-1100nm          0.2%                   0.001-0.1

References

Serdyuchenko A., V. Gorshelev, M. Weber, J.P. Burrows: New broadband high resolution ozone absorption cross-sections in Spectroscopy Europe, http://www.spectroscopyeurope.com/articles/55-articles/3082-new-broadbandhigh-resolution-ozone-absorption-cross-sections. Peer reviewed paper submitted in summer 2012.