Atmospheric Water Vapor by Adarsh Deepak

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Mol. Phys. 36, 727-732 (1978). 22. Hall, R. , Shirley, J. , and Eckbreth, A. , Opt. 4, 87-89 (1979). 23. Blatherwick, R. , and Kyle, T. T. 657-658 (1978). 24. Toth, R. T. 13, Act. 71, 260-280 (1978). 1127 (1973). 19, Lett. -M. FLAUD AND C. CAMY-PEYRET DISCUSSION Toth: Maybe you could explain the need for experimental data in your theory. Flaud: In order to determine the expansion of the dipole moment or the transformed dipole moment, one performs a fit to experimental data for intensities to obtain the coefficients needed which can be used to compute line intensities that are not experimentally measured.

A. GRYVNAK 48 much of the window absorption in the lower atmosphere, and the variability in the concentration of this gas causes wide variations in the attenuation. The parameters for the lines of most atmospheric gases other than H2O are known well enough to allow the absorption to be calculated usually with sufficient accuracy by line-by-line methods (1). However, the H2O window absorption measured in the laboratory or in the atmosphere is usually greater than that predicted on the basis of the known intensities and widths of the lines and theoretical line shapes.

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