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Proceedings of the 2020 International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy
The CPUF (Chirped Pulse in Uniform Flow) technique has been used previously in pulsed CRESU (Reaction Kinetics in Uniform Supersonic Flow) conditions to observe chemical reactions at low temperatures. We have adapted the technique to the continuous CRESU flows available in Rennes, and have observed the products of photolysis and chemical reactions using a chirped pulse Fourier transform millimeter wave spectrometer. We have characterized the flow conditions suitable for observing products ofdoi:10.15278/isms.2020.rh10 fatcat:nzvbp773tnd2faspj3nodamdoi