Abstract

Pure rotational spectra of 16O isotopic species of H2O, HDO, and D2O were measured with a high-resolution Fourier-transform spectrometer in order to obtain better calibration line positions for high-resolution spectroscopy. The number of assigned lines for HDO was ~380 and for H2O it was ~310 between 170 and 500 cm−1. For D2O, ~220 lines in the 110–420-cm−1 region were assigned. The calibration was performed with the highly accurate ν2 band of carbonyl sulfide.

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