Abstract

Positions and intensities of lines belonging to the 20002 ← 11102 and 12201 ← 03301 bands of 12C16O2 have been measured from high resolution FTS spectra. The observed line positions confirm the values given in the hitran database and, for each band, the squared transition dipole moments have been determined, we believe for the first time.

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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