Application of the Integrated Voigt Function in Analysis of Experimental Line Spectra

Published on Jul 1, 2019in Acta Physica Polonica A0.577
· DOI :10.12693/APHYSPOLA.136.107
Ksenofont Ilakovac6
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(University of Zagreb)
In many branches of spectroscopy, the Lorentzian and Gaussian functions are assumed to describe the intrinsic and statistical broadening effects of em
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In our earlier publication we introduced the Spectrally Integrated Voigt Function (SIVF) as an alternative to the traditional Voigt function for the HITRAN-based applications [Quine & Abrarov, JQSRT 2013]. It was shown that application of the SIVF enables us to reduce spectral resolution without loss of accuracy in computation of the spectral radiance. As a further development, in this study we present more efficient SIVF approximations derived by using a new sampling method based on incomplete ...
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