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CORIOLIS INTERACTION IN THE FERMI TRIPLET $05^{1}0-00^{0}0$, $13^{1}0-00^{0}0$, AND $21^{1}0-00^{0}0$ OF $^{12}C^{16}O_{2}$

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Title: CORIOLIS INTERACTION IN THE FERMI TRIPLET $05^{1}0-00^{0}0$, $13^{1}0-00^{0}0$, AND $21^{1}0-00^{0}0$ OF $^{12}C^{16}O_{2}$
Creators: Downing, Harry D.; Krohn, B. J.; Hunt, R. H.
Issue Date: 1973
Abstract: The intensity perturbations that occur in the perpendicular bands $05^{1}0 - 00^{0}0, 13^{1}0 - 00^{0}0$, and $21^{1}0 - 00^{0}0$ of $ CO_{2}$ have been analyzed by evaluating the effects due to the Coriolis interaction between $v_{2}$ and $v_{3}$. As given by Plyler, Tidwell, and $Benedict^{1}$, the Coriolis term in the Hamiltonian produces a multiplying factor of $(1 +\xi m)^{2}$ in the expression for individual line intensity for a perpendicular band. ($\xi$ is a constant, characteristic of each band, and m is the rotational index number). $\xi$ has been calculated for each band from known molecular constants and then compared with the experimental value. Line intensity information for parallel bands necessary for the calculation of the $\xi$ ‘s will also be presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/15893
Other Identifiers: 1973-B-01
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