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Experimental and theoretical study of line mixing in methane spectra. I. The N2-broadened ν3 band at room temperature

AuthorsPieroni, D.; Nguyen-Van-Thanh, C.; Brodbeck, C.; Claveau, C.; Valentin, A.; Hartmann, Jean-Michel; Gabard, T.; Champion, J.-P.; Bermejo, Dionisio ; Doménech, José Luis
Issue Date1999
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics
CitationJournal of Chemical Physics 110: 7717- 7732 (1999)
AbstractLine-mixing effects have been studied in the ν3 band of CH4 perturbed by N2 at room temperature. New measurements have been made and a model is proposed which is not, for the first time, strictly empirical. Three different experimental set ups have been used in order to measure absorption in the 2800-3200 cm-1 spectral region for total pressures in the 0.25-2 and 25-80 atm ranges. Analysis of the spectra demonstrates the significant influence of line mixing on the shape of the Q branch and of the P and R manifolds. A model is proposed which is based on state-to-state collisional transfer rates calculated from the intermolecular potential surface with a semiclassical approach. The line-coupling relaxation matrix is constructed from these data and two additional parameters which are fitted on measured absorption. Comparisons between measurements and spectra computed accounting for and neglecting line mixing are made. They prove the quality of the approach which satisfactory accounts for the effects of pressure and of rotational quantum numbers on the spectral shape under conditions where modifications introduced by line mixing are important. For high rotational quantum number lines, the main features induced by collisions are predicted but some discrepancies remain; the latter may be due to improper line-coupling elements but there is strong evidence that the use of inaccurate line broadening parameters also contributes to errors in calculated spectra. © 1999 American Institute of Physics.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/81344
DOI10.1063/1.478724
Identifiersdoi: 10.1063/1.478724
issn: 0021-9606
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