INTENSITY AND LINE WIDTH MEASUREMENTS ON PLANETARY MOLECULES AT LOW TEMPERATURES

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Title: INTENSITY AND LINE WIDTH MEASUREMENTS ON PLANETARY MOLECULES AT LOW TEMPERATURES
Creators: Varanasi, P.; Bangaru, B. R. P.; Sarangi, Sunil; Pugh, Larry A.
Issue Date: 1974
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: Measurements performed at low temperatures of the intensities and line-widths of individual rotational lines, and of the absolute intensities of several vibration-rotation bands, of molecules of planetary interest are presented. CO, $CO_{2}$, $N_{2}O$, $NH_{3}$, $CH_{4}$, $C_{2}H_{2}$, $C_{2}H_{6}$ and $H_{2}S$ are among the molecules that were studied. Intensity anomalies, temperature dependence of intensities and of line-widths, theoretical calculation of line-widths and band model correlations will be discussed.
Description: This research was supported by NASA under Grant No. NGR-33-015-139.
Author Institution: Department of Mechanics, State University of New York
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/16237
Other Identifiers: 1974-FC-10
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