Abstract

Collisional line shapes for OH in the presence of N2 are computed using the Anderson theory. The theoretical results compare satisfactorily with the experimental results now available. Predictions for all strong OH farinfrared lines are given together with the dependence of broadening and shift on temperature. The results will be useful in the interpretation of atmospheric or astrophysical spectra.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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