Approximate calculation of the ultraviolet radiation of diatomic molecules at low pressure
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A method is given of calculating the emission bands of isolated lines for a rigid rotator based on summation of equivalent linewidths. A comparison of this method with the method based on the rotational structure-averaged absorption coefficient is carried out.
KeywordsRadiation Statistical Physic Absorption Coefficient Emission Band Ultraviolet Radiation
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