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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1991Absolute Infrared Band Intensities and Air Broadening Coefficient for Spectroscopic Measurements of Formic Acid in AirRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; NOTHOLT JuergenArticles in Journals
1991Absolute Infrared Intensities in the Fundamentals v2 and v5 of 12CH3 35ClRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; TARRAGO G.Articles in Journals
1993Application of Spectroscopic Analytical Techniques to Laboratory Studies of Atmospheric ChemistryRESTELLI GiambattistaArticles in Journals
1991Applicazioni di Spettroscopia Molecolare in Fase Gassosa con Diodi Laser Accordabili nell'InfrarossoRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; D'AMATO F.Articles in Journals
1985Calibration Technique for IR Laser Second Derivative Monitoring of Some Trace Gases in Tropospheric AirRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI FrancescoArticles in Journals
1989Determination of the NO3+NO2 - NO+O2+NO2 Rate Constant by Infrared Diode Laser and FT SpectroscopyRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; NIELSEN Claus j.Articles in Journals
1989Formulae, Algorithms, Procedures and Program for Applications of Infrared Spectroscopic MeasurementsRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; HAURIE Yves; PAGNY ClaudeEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1987A Fourier Transform Infrared Study of the Rate Constant of the Homogeneous Gas-Phase Reaction N2 O5+ H2 O and Determination of Absolute Infrared Band Intensities of N2 O5 and HNO3RESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; OTTOBRINI GiuseppeArticles in Journals
1992Infrared Band Strengths and their Temperature Dependence of the Hydrohalocarbons HFC-134a, HFC-152c, HCFC-22, HCFC-123 and HCFC-142bRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI FrancescoArticles in Journals
1985The Nitrate Radical NO3: a Nighttime Atmospheric SpeciesRESTELLI GiambattistaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1991The Nitrate Radical: Physics, Chemistry and the AtmosphereRESTELLI Giambattista; WAYNE R.p.; BIGGS P.; BURROWS J.p.; CANOSA-MAS C.e.; LEBRAS G.Articles in Journals
1991Products and Mechanism of the Reaction between NO3 and Dimethylsulphide in AirRESTELLI GiambattistaContributions to Conferences
1990Products and Mechanisms of the Gas-Phase Reactions between NO3 and a Series of AlkenesRESTELLI GiambattistaArticles in Journals
1992Products and Mechanisms of the NO3 Gas Phase Reactions with CH3SCH3, CH3SH and CH3SSCH3RESTELLI GiambattistaContributions to Conferences
1992Products and Mechanisms of the Reactions of the Nitrate Radical (NO3) with Isoprene, 1,3-Butadiene and 2,3-Dimethyl-1,3-Butadiene in AirRESTELLI GiambattistaArticles in Journals
1992Products and Mechanisms of the Reactions of the Nitrate Radical (NO3) with Isoprene, 1,3-Butadiene and 2,3-Dimethyl-1,3-Butadiene in AirRESTELLI GiambattistaContributions to Conferences
1988Reaction between NO3 and CHO2 in Air. A Determination of the Rate Constant at 295 +- 2KRESTELLI Giambattista; OTTOBRINI GiuseppeArticles in Journals
1986Reaction of the NO3 Radical with CO: Determination of an Upper Limit for the Rate Constant Using FTIR SpectroscopyRESTELLI Giambattista; OTTOBRINI GiuseppeArticles in Journals
1992Reactions of the Nitrate Radical with a Series of Reduced Organic Sulphur Compounds in AirRESTELLI GiambattistaArticles in Journals
1987Tunable Diode Laser Measurements of Broadening Coefficients of Lines in the nu-6 fundamental of 12ch3dRESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; LACOME N.Articles in Journals
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