Line strengths of rovibrational and rotational transitions in the X2Π ground state of OH

@article{Brooke2015LineSO,
  title={Line strengths of rovibrational and rotational transitions in the X2$\Pi$ ground state of OH},
  author={James S. A. Brooke and Peter F. Bernath and Colin M. Western and Christopher Sneden and Melike Afcsar and Gang Li and Iouli E. Gordon},
  journal={Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy \& Radiative Transfer},
  year={2015},
  volume={168},
  pages={142-157}
}

Note: Improved line strengths of rovibrational and rotational transitions within the X(3)Σ(-) ground state of NH.

The method of this conversion has recently been improved during other work on the OH X(2)Π rovibrational transitions, by removing an approximation that was present previously and has been applied to the NH line list, resulting in more accurate transition strengths.

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The method of this conversion has recently been improved during other work on the OH X(2)Π rovibrational transitions, by removing an approximation that was present previously and has been applied to the NH line list, resulting in more accurate transition strengths.

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