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Expert List of Absorption Lines of the SO2 Molecule in the 2000–3000 cm–1 Spectral Region

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A detailed high-accuracy list of the SO2 molecule absorption lines was obtained in the 2000–3000 cm–1 spectral region, which is important for atmospheric applications, based on a combination of the high-accuracy data on experimental energy levels and variational calculations of the intensities of vibrational-rotational transitions. The expert list contains 70 565 absorption lines with an intensity cutoff 1.0E-27 cm/molecule. The results obtained are compared with the published data.

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This work was financially supported by the project no. АААА-А17-117021310147-0 and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project no. 18-35-00575).

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Vasilenko, I.A., Naumenko, O.V. & Horneman, VM. Expert List of Absorption Lines of the SO2 Molecule in the 2000–3000 cm–1 Spectral Region. Atmos Ocean Opt 33, 443–448 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1024856020050188

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Keywords:

  • SO2, experimental energy levels, variational calculations
  • sulfur dioxide, energy levels, variational calculations