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dc.contributor.authorVaranasi, P-
dc.contributor.authorSarangi, S K-
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Vol 14, Iss 9, P 845-849en
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dc.description.abstractCollision-broadened line widths in CO-CO2 and CO-O2 collisions have been calculated by incorporating interactions due to octopoles and hexadecapoles and short range repulsive interactions into Anderson's theory. It is shown how these higher-order interactions can be manipulated to yield good agreement with experimental data. A critical evaluation of this totally empirical manipulation suggests that a thorough revision of the theory is required for all but simple dipole-dipole interactions. In the process of the evaluation, the values of the multipole moments are discusseden
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dc.titleThe role of higher-multipolar and repulsive forces in the calculation of collision-broadened line-widths of linear moleculesen
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