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THE ROLE OF HIGHER-MULTIPOLAR AND REPULSIVE FORCES IN THE CALCULATION OF COLLISION-BROADENED LINE-WIDTHS OF LINEAR MOLECULES

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Title: THE ROLE OF HIGHER-MULTIPOLAR AND REPULSIVE FORCES IN THE CALCULATION OF COLLISION-BROADENED LINE-WIDTHS OF LINEAR MOLECULES
Creators: Varanasi, P.; Sarangi, Sunil
Issue Date: 1974
Abstract: Collision-broadened line widths in $CO - CO_{2}$ and $CO - O_{2}$ collisions have been calculated by incorporating interactions due to octopoles and hexadecapoles and short range repulsive interactions into Anderson’s theory. It is shown how these higher-order interactions can be manipulated to yield good agreement with experimental data. A critical evaluation of this totally empirical manipulation suggests that a thorough revision of the theory is required for all but simple dipole-dipole interactions. In the process of the evaluation, the values of the multipole moments are discussed. This research was supported by NASA under Grant No. NGR-33-OL5-139.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/16245
Other Identifiers: 1974-FC-9
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