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An infrared filter radiometer for atmospheric cluster-ion detection
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10.1063/1.3002428
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Filter radiometer head, constructed of anodized aluminum, showing inlets for purging and the two filters. Filter dimensions are 30 by . (a) Three dimensional rendering (b) cross section.

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Filter radiometer spectral response. (a) Upper germanium auxiliary filter, data provided by Crystran, Ltd., for and from reference data for (Ref. 13). (b) Narrowband filter, data provided by Northumbria Optical Coatings, Ltd. (c) Measured response of both filters, which can also be calculated by multiplying (a) and (b).

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Filter radiometer response to changes in ion concentration for midnight–6 a.m. on 5th November 2007 (386 points) in foggy conditions. The gradient is .

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Scitation: An infrared filter radiometer for atmospheric cluster-ion detection
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/79/10/10.1063/1.3002428
10.1063/1.3002428
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