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Laser spectroscopy of gas confined in nanoporous materials
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FIG. 1.

Reduced scattering coefficients of the two alumina materials (pore diameters of 70 and 18 nm, respectively). At 760 nm, the difference in scattering is a factor 16 ( against ). Interestingly, the sample with the larger pores exhibit a Rayleigh-type scattering decay, while the sample with the smaller pores only show a behavior. This suggests that the major scattering contribution in the latter sample originates from collective effects rather than from individual 18 nm pores.

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FIG. 2.

Comparison of experimental line shapes of free oxygen and oxygen confined in 70 nm pores of -alumina. Lorentzian profiles (red, smooth) are fitted to experimental data (black, noisy). Fitted line shape halfwidths, , are stated in the graph and marked by vertical dashed lines. The fitted path length through pores, , assumes an oxygen concentration of 20.9%. For the -alumina sample, the detected power was .

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FIG. 3.

Intensity corrected WMS signals obtained from the -alumina sample with 18 nm pore diameters (noisy, black solid) together with fitted WMS simulations for Lorentzian line shapes (smooth, red solid). The detected power was . The tight confinement causes significant line broadening, here illustrated by a comparison to normalized WMS signals of free oxygen (dashed red, ). Stated HWHM and path length through pores refer to fitted values ( deviation of three repetitions). Note the discrepancy in fitted values between first and second harmonic, showing that a Lorentzian is an improper line shape model.


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Scitation: Laser spectroscopy of gas confined in nanoporous materials