Карловец Екатерина Владимировна
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21 Mikhailenko S.N., Mondelain D., Karlovets E.V., Kassi S., Campargue A. Comb-assisted cavity ring down spectroscopy of 17 O enriched water between 6667 and 7443 cm-1 //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2018. Vol. 206. P. 163-171.
22 Mondelain D., Mikhailenko S.N., Karlovets E.V., Béguier S., Kassi S., Campargue A. Comb-assisted cavity ring down spectroscopy of 17O enriched water between 7443 and 7921 cm-1 //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2017. Vol. 203. P. 206-212.
23 Karlovets E.V., Campargue A., Kassi S., Tashkun S.A., Perevalov V.I. Analysis and theoretical modeling of 18O enriched carbon dioxide spectrum by CRDS near 1.35 μm: (II) 16O13C18O, 16O13C17O, 12C18O2, 17O12C18O, 12C17O2, 13C18O2 and 17O13C18O //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2017. Vol. 191. P. 75-87.
24 Kassi S., Karlovets E.V., Tashkun S.A., Perevalov V.I., Campargue A. Analysis and theoretical modeling of the 18O enriched carbon dioxide spectrum by CRDS near 1.35 µm: (I) 16O12C18O, 16O12C17O, 12C16O2 and 13C16O2 //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2017. Vol. 187. P. 414-425.
25 Cherepanov V.N., Eliseev A.A., Karlovec E.V., Lugovskoj A.A., Morozova Y.P., Petrov D.V., Sinica L.N., Zharkova O.M. Optical methods in biomedicine: Study Guide. Tomsk: Publishing House of Tomsk State University, 2016. 124 p.
26 Cherepanov V.N., Eliseev A.A., Karlovec E.V., Lugovskoj A.A., Morozova Y.P., Petrov D.V., Sinica L.N., Zharkova O.M. Optical methods in biomedicine: Training manual. Tomsk: Publishing House of Tomsk State University, 2016. 202 p.
27 Campargue A., Béguier S., Zbiri Y., Mondelain D., Kassi S., Karlovets E.V., Nikitin A.V., Rey Michaël, Starikova E.N., Tyuterev V.G. The 13CH4 absorption spectrum in the Icosad range (66007692 cm1) at 80 K and 296 K: Empirical line lists and temperature dependence //Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy. 2016. Vol. 326. P. 115-121.
28 Tashkun S.A., Perevalov V.I., Karlovets E.V., Kassi S., Campargue A. High sensitivity cavity ring down spectroscopy of N2O near 1.22 m: (II) 14N216O line intensity modeling and global fit of 14N218O line positions //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2016. Vol. 176. P. 62-69.
29 Mikhailenko S.N., O. Leshchishina, Karlovec E.V., Mondelain D., Kassi S., Campargue A. CRDS of 17O enriched water between 5850 and 6671 cm1: More than 1000 energy levels of H217O and HD17O newly determined //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2016. Vol. 177. P. 108-116.
30 Karlovets E. V., Campargue A., Kassi S., Perevalov V. I., Tashkun S. A. High sensitivity cavity ring down spectroscopy of N2O near 1.22 μm: (I) rovibrational assignments and band-by-band analysis //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2016. Vol. 169. P. 36-48.
31 Mikhailenko S. N., Campargue A., Mondelain D., Kassi S., Karlovets E. V. The absorption spectrum of 17O enriched water vapor by CRDS between 5850 and 6670 cm-1 //XVIII Simposium and school on High Resolusion Molecular Spectroscopy HighRus-2015: Abstracts of Reports. Томск: Publishing House of IAO SB RAS, 2015. P. 29.
32 Karlovets E. V., Tashkun S. A., Campargue A., Kassi S., Perevalov V. I. High sensitivity CW-Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopy of N2O near 1.22μm //XVIII Simposium and school on High Resolusion Molecular Spectroscopy HighRus-2015: Abstracts of Reports. Томск: Publishing House of IAO SB RAS, 2015. P. 64.
33 Karlovets E. V., Perevalov V. I. The influence of the isotopic substitution on the effective dipole moment parameters of carbon dioxide //Optics and spectroscopy. 2015. Vol. 119, № 1. P. 16-21.
34 Campargue A., E.V.Karlovets, Kassi S. The 4-0 band of carbon monoxide by high sensitivity Cavity Ring Down spectroscopy near 8200 cm-1 //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2015. Vol. 154. P. 113-119.
35 Campargue A., Mikhailenko S. N., Benoit Guillo Lohan, E.V.Karlovets, Mondelain D., Kassi S. The absorption spectrum of water vapor in the 1.25 μm atmospheric window (7911–8337 cm-1 ) //Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. 2015. Vol. 157. P. 135-152.