High-Lying Rotational Levels of Water: Comparison of Calculated and Experimental Energy Levels for (000) and (010) up to J = 25 and 21.

@article{Lanquetin1999HighLyingRL,
  title={High-Lying Rotational Levels of Water: Comparison of Calculated and Experimental Energy Levels for (000) and (010) up to J = 25 and 21.},
  author={Lanquetin and Coudert and Camy-Peyret},
  journal={Journal of molecular spectroscopy},
  year={1999},
  volume={195 1},
  pages={
          54-67
        }
}
Emission spectra of methane-oxygen low-pressure flames have been recorded at a resolution of 0.02 cm-1 with an infrared Fourier transform spectrometer in the spectral ranges 780-1370 and 1800-5000 cm-1. The flame temperature was about 1850 K and a large number of transitions involving J values as high as 34 for an extended set of vibrational states could be assigned. Combined with already published data sets on H2O, our line position analysis yielded rotational energy levels for many of these… Expand
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