Real Atmosphere Laboratory Measurements of the 118-GHz Oxygen Line: Shape, Shift, and Broadening of the Line.

@article{Tretyakov2001RealAL,
  title={Real Atmosphere Laboratory Measurements of the 118-GHz Oxygen Line: Shape, Shift, and Broadening of the Line.},
  author={Mikhail Y. Tretyakov and V. V. Parshin and Vladimir Shanin and S. E. Myasnikova and Maxim A. Koshelev and Andrei F. Krupnov},
  journal={Journal of molecular spectroscopy},
  year={2001},
  volume={208 1},
  pages={
          110-112
        }
}
For the first time the 118-GHz line of the oxygen molecule was investigated in the laboratory under a real atmosphere. The experiment was carried out by modern resonator spectroscopy methods on the laboratory air at atmospheric pressure. The shape of the line under the real atmosphere was found to fit the Van Vleck-Weisskopf profile within experimental accuracy. The air broadening parameter value was defined as 2.14+/-0.07 MHz/Torr. The observed atmosphere oxygen line central frequency was… CONTINUE READING

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