Abstract

The 21.8 μm absorption bands of HNO3 vapor were measured at 40°C. Statistical-band-model analysis of the data resulted in spectral-band-model parameters and yielded an integrated intensity of 393 ± 15% (cm−2 atm−1) at 40°C between 390 and 502 cm−1.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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