Oxygen-broadened linewidths have been measured at room temperature using a method of laser spectroscopy. By combining these parameters with previously measured nitrogen-broadening values, air-broadening parameters have been derived. The averaged experimental data for self-, N2, and O2 broadening have been compared to theoretical values calculated on the basis of an improved semiclassical model previously used for N2O. Quite satisfactory agreement is observed up to J ≃ 50.
© 1986 Optical Society of America
Eric Arié, Nelly Lacome, Philippe Arcas, and Armand Levy, "Oxygen- And Air-Broadened Linewidths Of CO2," Appl. Opt. 25, 2584-2591 (1986)