Abstract

The absolute intensities, positions, rotational constants, and halfwidths of the lines of three overlapping bands of CO2 near 4640 cm−1 have been determined by nonlinear least-squares fitting procedures. The intensities of (0002)I ← 0000 and (0112I) ← (0110), of 16O12C18O are in good agreement with the estimates in the AFGL listing. An improved value has been obtained for the intensity of (3110)III ← 0000 of 16O12C16O.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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