Abstract

We present a procedure that derives intensities and broadening parameters for isolated lines from Fourier transform spectra. These parameters are obtained by convolving the true line shape, as would be obtained with infinite resolution with an apparatus function deduced from the filtering function of the interferometer. To check this procedure, intensities and self-broadening parameter measurements of the P and R lines belonging to the 10011 ← 10002 band of 12C16O2 have been performed, and the values obtained are compared to previous results.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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