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High-Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy at the Institute of Atmospheric Optics: Current Status of Theoretical and Experimental Research

Abstract

Results of high-resolution molecular spectroscopy researches carried out at V.E. Zuev Institute of Atmospheric Optics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences (IAO SB RAS) during the last five years are briefly reviewed. We consider theoretical problems of vibrational-rotational spectra of basic molecules of atmospheric gases, spectral line profiles, problems of the atmospheric continuum absorption, and databases of molecular spectral characteristics in the gas phase. In the section of experimental researches, the main attention is paid to the Fourier spectroscopy results obtained with laser diodes as radiation sources, as well as with the Fourier spectrometer coupled to a multipass 30-meter cell with computer control of the optical path length under variations of gas temperature and pressure.

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The authors are grateful to the following specialists from the IAO SB RAS: V.P. Kochanov, N.N. Lavrentieva, S.N. Mikhailenko, and A.V. Nikitin for their contribution to writing this review. The authors would also like to thank Yu.V. Voronina and T.E. Klimeshina for their help in preparation of the manuscript, and A.A. Solodov and T.M. Petrova for the preparation of figures.

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Perevalov, V.I., Ponomarev, Y.N., Ptashnik, I.V. et al. High-Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy at the Institute of Atmospheric Optics: Current Status of Theoretical and Experimental Research. Atmos Ocean Opt 33, 10–26 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1134/S102485602001011X

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