Studies on ethylene and other gases by Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy

Project Number
RS 9/15 TTL

Project Duration
March 2016 - December 2018

In-Progress (Extended)

Recently, studies on gases are becoming more important mainly due to global warming caused by greenhouse gases, and to atmospheric air pollution caused by vehicular combustion and by peatland and forest fires. Research data in the area of gases is in high demand now as more researchers are taking an active interest in studying the properties of gases e.g. atmospheric greenhouse gases (methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, volatile organic compounds) and air pollutants e.g. sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, and ozone, in terms of identification of their presence and their concentration level.

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