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Просмотр составных рисунков

Просмотр составных рисунков, содержащих спектральные и иные функции молекул и слабосвязанных молекулярных комплексов

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Подпись к графику Количество графиков в составном рисунке Размер составного рисунка

Hermans, C., Vandaele, A.C., Fally, S., Carleer, M., Colin, R., Coquart, B., Jenouvrier, A. and Merienne, M.F.,  Absorption cross-section of the collision-induced bands of oxygen from the UV to the NIR, In: Weakly interacting molecular pairs: unconventional absorbers of radiation in the atmosphere (pp. 193-202). Springer, Dordrecht. 2003. DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-0025-3_16

Figure 2. The O2–O2 collision-induced absorption cross-section at room temperature from the UV to the NIR. Assignments and vibrational levels of the bands are also shown.

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A.A. Vigasin, A.I. Pavlyuchko, Y. Jin, S. Ikawa, Density evolution of absorption bandshapes in the water vapor OH-stretching fundamental and overtone: evidence for molecular aggregation, Journal of Molecular Structure, 2005, Volume 742, Issue 1-3, Pages 173-181, DOI: 10.1016/j.molstruc.2004.12.060, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.molstruc.2004.12.060.

Figure 2. Water vapor absorption in the OH stretching fundamental. Points with error bars stand for experimental data from [9]. Light, dash, and solid traces refer to the monomer, dimer, and resulting spectral profiles, respectively.

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Thalman, R. and Volkamer, R., Temperature dependent absorption cross-sections of O2–O2 collision pairs between 340 and 630 nm and at atmospherically relevant pressure, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2013, Volume 15, Issue 37, Pages 15371-15381., DOI: 10.1039/c3cp50968k

Figure 4. Comparison of peak and integrated cross-sections to available literature values at four wavelengths


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