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References for the molecule H2S

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Displaying 1-11 of 11 results.
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A. Goldman, J.R. Gillis, Line parameters and line by line calculations for molecules of stratospheric interest //University of Denver Progress Report (1984)
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J.-M. Flaud, C. Camy-Peyret, J.W.C. Johns, The far infrared spectrum of hydrogen sulfide. The (000) rotational constants of H232S, H233S and H234S //Can J Phys 61, 1462-1473 (1983)
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L. Sinitsa, Institute of Atmospheric Optics (Tomsk), private communication (1994)
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L. Lechuga-Fossat, J.-M. Flaud, C. Camy-Peyret, J.W.C. Johns, The spectrum of natural hydrogen sulfide between 2150 and 2950 cm-1 //Can J Phys 62, 1889-1923 (1984)
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L.R. Brown, J.A. Crisp, D. Crisp, O.V. Naumenko, M.A. Smirnov, L.N. Sinitsa, A. Perrin, The absorption spectrum of H2S between 2150 and 4260 cm-1: analysis of the positions and intensities in the first [2ν2, ν1 and ν3] and second [3ν2, ν1 + ν2 and ν2 + ν3] triad region //J Mol Spectrosc 188, 148-174 (1998)
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A.A.A. Azzam, S.N. Yurchenko, J. Tennyson, M.-A. Martin, O. Pirali, THz spectroscopy of hydrogen sulphide //JQSRT (submitted)
Comment: Experimental values
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A.A.A. Azzam, S.N. Yurchenko, J. Tennyson, M.-A. Martin, O. Pirali, THz spectroscopy of hydrogen sulphide //JQSRT (submitted)
Comment: Calculated (using spectroscopic constants) values
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L. Brown, O. Naumenko, Private communication (2012)
Comment: Line position measured with FTS at Kitt Peak
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E.R. Polovtseva, N.A. Lavrentiev, S.S. Voronina, O.V. Naumenko, A.Z. Fazliev, Information system for molecular spectroscopy. 5. Ro-vibrational transitions and energy levels of the hydrogen sulfide molecule //Atmos & Oceanic Opt 25, 157-165 (2012)
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Y. Ding, O. Naumenko, S.-M. Hu, Q. Zhu, E. Bertseva, A. Campargue, The absorption spectrum of H2S between 9540 and 10000 cm-1 by intracavity laser absorption spectroscopy with a vertical external cavity surface emitting laser //J Mol Spectrosc 217, 222-238 (2003)
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O. Naumenko, A. Campargue, Local mode effects in the absorption spectrum of H2S between 10780 and 11330 cm-1 //J Mol Spectrosc 209, 242-253 (2001)