# PRESSURE BROADENING MEASUREMENTS OF THE 118.750 GHz OXYGEN TRANSITION

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 Title: PRESSURE BROADENING MEASUREMENTS OF THE 118.750 GHz OXYGEN TRANSITION Creators: Setzer, Barbara J.; Pickett, H. M. Issue Date: 1977 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: New low-pressure measurements of the oxygen transition at 118.750 GHz have been made with a magnetically-modulated cavity spectrometer at $298^\circ K$ . The line broadening parameters for collision with oxygen, nitrogen, water, helium, and argon are 2.131 $\pm$ 0.037, 2.20 $\pm$ 0.1, 2.30 $\pm$ 0.24, 1.605 $\pm$ 0.060, and 2.014 $\pm$ 0.091 MHz Torr, respectively, with errors at the 95% confidence level. Description: Author Institution: Department of Chemistry and Center for Structural Studies, University of Texas URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/10191 Other Identifiers: 1977-Sigma-19