An experimental investigation of the spectral composition of radiation behind the shock-wave front in a CO2-N2-Ar mixture
Experiments are performed to determine the spectral distribution of radiation in CO2-N2 and CO2-N2-Ar mixtures in a microwave discharge and behind the front of incident shock wave at velocities up to 7.5 km/s. It is demonstrated experimentally that the spectral region of vacuum ultraviolet makes a significant contribution to radiation.
KeywordsRadiation Physical Chemistry Microwave Shock Wave Experimental Investigation
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