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References for the molecule H2O

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Displaying 21-40 of 56 results.
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K. Chance, K.W. Jucks, D.G. Johnson, W.A. Traub, The Smithsonian astrophysical observatory database SAO92 //JQSRT 52, 447-457 (1994)
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R.B. Wattson, Extended water databases calculated by direct numerical diagonalization //3rd HITRAN Spectroscopic Database Conference, Hanscom AFB, MA (1993), Paper P2
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R.A. Toth, HD16O, HD18O, and HD17O transition frequencies and strengths in the ν2 bands //J Mol Spectrosc 162, 20-40 (1993)
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R.A. Toth, ν1 - ν2, ν3 - ν2, ν1, and ν3 bands of H216O: line positions and strengths //JOSA B 10, 2006-2029 (1993)
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D.W. Schwenke, New H2O rovibrational line assignments //J Mol Spectrosc 190, 397-402 (1998)
Comment: Assignments of lines from J.P. Chevillard, et al., Can. J. Phys. 67, 1065-1084 (1989).
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L.P. Giver, C. Chackerian Jr., P. Varanasi, Long-path near-infrared line intensities for H2O //Proceedings of the 5th ASA Conference, page 141, Reims, France (1999).
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J.-P. Chevillard, J.-Y. Mandin, J.-M. Flaud, C. Camy-Peyret, H216O: line positions and intensities between 9500 and 11 500 cm-1. The (041), (220), (121), (201), (102), and (003) interacting states // Can J Phys 67, 1065-1084 (1989). Line identified using D.W. Schwenke, New H2O rovibrational line assignments // J Mol Spectrosc 190, 397-402 (1998).
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L.R. Brown, R.A. Toth, M. Dulick, Empirical line parameters of H216O near 0.94 µm: positions, intensities and air-broadening coefficients //J Mol Spectrosc 212, 57-82 (2002)
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R.A. Toth, Water vapor measurements between 590 and 2582 cm−1: line positions and strengths //J Mol Spectrosc 190, 379-396 (1998)
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R.A. Toth, Analysis of line positions and strengths of H216O ground and hot bands connecting to interacting upper states: (020), (100), and (001) //J Mol Spectrosc 194, 28-42 (1999)
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R.A. Toth, HDO and D2O low pressure, long path spectra in the 600-3100 cm-1 region: I. HDO line positions and strengths //J Mol Spectrosc 195, 73-97 (1999)
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H. Partridge, D.W. Schwenke, The determination of an accurate isotope dependent potential energy surface for water from extensive ab initio calculations and experimental data //J Chem Phys 106, 4618-4639 (1997)
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C. Camy-Peyret, J.-M. Flaud, J.-Y. Mandin, A. Bykov, O. Naumenko, L. Sinitsa, B. Voronin, Fourier-transform absorption spectrum of the H217O molecule in the 9711-11 335 cm-1 spectral region: the first decade of resonating states //JQSRT 61, 795-812 (1999)
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J.P. Chevillard, J.-Y. Mandin, J.-M. Flaud, C. Camy-Peyret, H218O: line positions and intensities between 9500 and 11 500 cm-1. The (041), (220), (121), (201), (102), and (003) interacting states //Can J Phys 65, 777-789 (1987)
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P.-F. Coheur, S. Fally, M. Carleer, C. Clerbaux, R. Colin, A. Jenouvrier, M.-F. Mérienne, C. Hermans, A.C. Vandaele, New water vapor line parameters in the 26 000 - 13 000 cm-1 region //JQSRT 74, 493-510 (2002)
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M.-F. Mérienne, A. Jenouvrier, C. Hermans, A.C. Vandaele, M. Carleer, P.-F. Coheur, R. Colin, S. Fally, M. Bach, Water vapor line parameters in the 13 000 - 9250 cm-1 region //JQSRT 82, 99-117 (2003)
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R.A. Toth, Linelist of water vapor parameters from 500 to 8000 cm-1
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R.A. Toth, Linelist of water vapor parameters from 500 to 8000 cm-1
Comment: These lines are doubled with the weaker unassigned line hidden beneath the stronger component.
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H.M. Pickett, R.L. Poynter, E.A. Cohen, M.L. Delitsky, J.C. Pearson, H.S.P. Müller, Submillimeter, millimeter and microwave spectral line catalog //JQSRT 60, 883-890 (1998)
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R. Lanquetin, L.H. Coudert, C. Camy-Peyret, High-lying rotational levels of water: an analysis of the energy of the five first vibrational states //J Mol Spectrosc 206, 83-103 (2001)