Vibrational Dependences of Broadening and Shift Coefficients of H2O Absorption Lines Perturbed by Ne, Kr, and Xe
The dependence of the intermolecular interaction potentials on the vibrational quantum numbers of the H2O molecule is derived for the H2O–Ne, H2O–Kr, and H2O–Xe systems. The broadening γ and shift δ coefficients are calculated for seven vibrational bands ν1, ν2, ν3, 2ν2, ν1 + ν2, ν2 + ν3, and ν1 + ν2 + ν3 of the H2O molecule from the absorption region 640–9550 cm−1. An analytical formula is suggested for calculation of the broadening coefficients γ at T = 296 K. It is shown that the excitation of stretching modes of the vibrations in the H2O molecule increases the broadening coefficients. The influence of the bending vibrations on γ is insignificant.
Keywordsline broadening vibrational dependence water vapor neon krypton xenon
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