This paper presents an original automatic optical track device for measuring the near-earth ozone concentration that records background and higher concentrations with an error not exceeding 5%. The possibility is discussed of also using this system as a primary standard for calibrating simpler ozone analyzers of other types.
L. M. Bolot'ko, V. I. Pokatashkin, A. N. Krasovskii, and V. L. Tavgin, "Optical track device for measuring the near-earth ozone concentration," J. Opt. Technol. 71, 48-50 (2004)
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