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|Author(s):||Y I. Baranov; Gerald T. Fraser; Walter J. Lafferty; A A. Vigasin;|
|Title:||Collision-Induced Absorption in the CO2 Fermi Triad for Temperatures From 211 K to 296 K|
|Published:||July 01, 2003|
|Abstract:||Absorption spectra of pure CO2 have been recorded in the vicinity of the 2675 cm-1 Fermi triad for temperatures between 211 K and 296 K. The 2υ1, υ1 + 2υ2, 2υ2 collision-induced components have been extracted from the measured spectra, including for the low frequency band at 2547 cm-1, which is strongly masked by the υ3 wing absorption. Dimeric features are clearly seen on top of the structureless profiles. Integrated intensities of the Fermi-triad components are determined as a function of temperature.|
|Conference:||NATO Science Series|
|Proceedings:||NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Weakly Interacting Molecular Paires: Unconventional Absorbers of Radiation in the Atmoshpere | ||
|Dates:||April 1, 2002|
|Keywords:||carbon dioxide,collision-induced absorption,continuum absorption,dimmer,infrared,spectroscopy|