Abstract

We present here Fourier transform spectrometer measurements of the intensities of lines of 12C16O2 for the two bands centered at 720.2800 and 741.7243 cm−1. In addition, a comparison is made to calculations using the direct numerical diagonalization method for these bands and other bands previously studied in the same spectral region. This comparison shows very good agreement (within a few percent).

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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