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SUBMILLIMETER $H_{2} O$ HOT BAND ABSORPTION MODELING VIA THE NON-RIGID BENDER MODEL

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Title: SUBMILLIMETER $H_{2} O$ HOT BAND ABSORPTION MODELING VIA THE NON-RIGID BENDER MODEL
Creators: Leslie, D. H.; Manning, J. L.
Issue Date: 1979
Abstract: $H_{2}O$ vibration-rotation energy levels and wave functions are obtained for the eight lowest vibration states through J = 20. Moment-of-inertia matrices are generated from a three-mode, ten-parameter, vibrational potential obtained by fit to 16 experimental I.R. band centers. Dipole matrix elements are generated to obtain absorption line strengths, and the I.R. $H_{2}O$ energy levels of Flaud, Camy-Peret, et al., are employed to obtain accurate line frequencies for hot band absorption at 0 - 50 $cm^{-1}$. Results for ground state $H_{2}O$ are in general agreement with previous tabulations, but differences of 50% occur for some line strengths of rotation lines in the (010) vibration state.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/10999
Other Identifiers: 1979-TC'-08
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