Pressure Broadening Of H2o In The (301)<-(000) Band: Effects Of Angular Momentum And Close Intermolecular Interactions
Journal Of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer
Two spectroscopic lines of water vapor, broadened by N-2, are examined within the Complex Robert-Bonamy formalism in an effort to understand their sensitivity to short-range interactions. The two lines, both of which occur in the (301)<--(000) band, are compared in terms of their dependence on impact parameter, sensitivity to convergence of the short-range potential, and the symmetry terms of the intermolecular potential.
Lynch, R., Rr Gamache, and Steven P. Neshyba. 1998. "Pressure broadening of H2O in the (301)<-(000) band: Effects of angular momentum and close intermolecular interactions." Journal Of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer 59(6): 615-626.