By G. Guelachvili, K. Narahari Rao (auth.), G. Guelachvili (eds.)

Volume II/20 presents severely evaluated information on loose molecules, acquired from infrared spectroscopy and similar experimental and theoretical investigations.

The quantity is split into 4 subvolumes, *A: Diatomic **Molecules*, *B: Linear Triatomic Molecules*, *C: Nonlinear **Triatomic Molecules*, *D: Polyatomic Molecules*.

The current subvolume II/20 B2° includes info for 16O12C16O. Subvolume II/20 B2ß containing information for CO2 isotopomer and Subvolume B3 containing information for CS2 ... N3, and extra subvolumes are in preparation.

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**Linear Triatomic Molecules - OCO. Part a**

Quantity II/20 presents severely evaluated information on loose molecules, got from infrared spectroscopy and similar experimental and theoretical investigations. the quantity is split into 4 subvolumes, A: Diatomic Molecules, B: Linear Triatomic Molecules, C: Nonlinear Triatomic Molecules, D: Polyatomic Molecules.

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2 Binary absorption coefficient In [91Bro] the binary absorption coefficient has been introduced on the basis of experimental results which indicated that the absorption coefficient α (ν ) is proportional to the square of the density ρ for carbon dioxide. 27) where l is the optical path length and I0 and It are the background and sample transmissions, respectively. Then, the binary absorption coefficient α ll (ν ) is defined in the equation: α ll (ν ) = α (ν )/ρ 2 . 28) For CO2 – CO2 interactions α ll (ν ) has been determined from the slopes of the lines in the α (ν ) versus ρ 2 plots and therefore in this case α ll (ν ) ≡ α CO 2 –CO2 (ν ) = α (ν )/ρ 2 .

For weak collisions, the symmetry properties of the long range interaction potential determine the collisional selection rules. The first order approximation of the transition probability for a collision-induced rotational transition is: 7. 71) (f,f,l I/(r,Q,,~,)li,i2)exp(2rriAEr/h)dt2 i and fare the initial and final states of molecules 1 and 2, V is the interaction potential, r is the intermolecular distance, Q are the angular coordinates of molecules 1 and 2. 75) VII Renner-Teller effect (some aspects) The functional relations provided here are intended to define some of the molecular parameters derived for the BO, (OBO) and CNS (NCS) molecules considered in Chap.

6 ) The units of the various symbols depend on their positions within the equation. 3 ) The unit depends on the measuring method and is given at the place where it occurs. 2 ... ) ............................................................ 2 Other molecular parameters ........................................................................................... 32 Potential.......................................................................................................................... 32 Intensities .......................................................................................................................