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OXYGEN-BROADENED LINEWIDTHS OF CARBON DIOXIDE

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Title: OXYGEN-BROADENED LINEWIDTHS OF CARBON DIOXIDE
Creators: Arle, E.; Lacome, N.; Arcas, P. H.; Levy, A.
Issue Date: 1985
Abstract: The widths of oxygen-broadened carbon dioxide lines in the 10.6 $\mu m$ transition have been measured by using a stabilized single-line $CO_{2}$ laser as a $source^{1}$. The measurements were carried out at $296^{\circ}$ and for lower temperatures. The observed values are compared to the theoretical results obtained on the basis of the atom-atom model previously applied in the case of $N_{2}O^{2}$. At room temperature the agreement is better than 5 percent.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/12205
Other Identifiers: 1985-TA-15
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