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THE 2$V_{3}$ AND 3$V_{3}$ BANDS OF $^{32}SO_{2}$: LINE POSITIONS AND INTENSITIES

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Title: THE 2$V_{3}$ AND 3$V_{3}$ BANDS OF $^{32}SO_{2}$: LINE POSITIONS AND INTENSITIES
Creators: Lafferty, W. J.; Fraser, G. T.; Pine, A. S.; Flaud, J.- M.; Camy-Peyret, C.; Dana, V.; Mandin, J.- Y.; Barbe, A.; Plateaux, J. J.; Bouzza, S.
Issue Date: 1992
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: The weak overtone bands, 2$v_{3}$ and 3$v_{3}$, of $^{32}SO_{2}$ have been studied under high resolution and completely assigned. Both bands have been fit using a Watson Hamiltonian. The $3v_{3}$ band, important for the interpretation of the spectrum of the atmosphere of Venus, is essentially unperturbed although a few of the higher-order centrifugal distortion constant are anomalous. In order to fit the 2$v_{3}$ levels to within experimental accuracy ($\pm$$0.0008 cm^{-1}$), it is necessary to include a weak Fermi resonance with the nearby lying $v_{1}$+3$v_{2}$ state. The intensities of both bands have also been very satisfactorily fit although the 2$v_{3}$ band exhibits a striking Herman-Wallis effect. The integrated band intensities obtained for $2v_{3}$ and $3v_{3}$ are $S_{v}$ ($T=296) = 0.0995(20)$ and $0.0384(15) cm^{-2} atm^{-1}$ respectively. A complete set of harmonic frequencies and first-order anharmonic constants has been obtained. The effects of Darling-Dennison resonance are surprisingly weak.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/12920
Other Identifiers: 1992-WE-01
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