D. CHRIS BENNER, V. MALATHY DEVI, Department of Physics, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795; LINDA R. BROWN, CHARLES E. MILLER, ROBERT A. TOTH, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California 91109.
In addition to accurate line center positions and absolute intensities, air- and self- broadening, pressure shifts, line mixing coefficients and speed dependence parameters in the P-and R-branches of the 30013 00001 parallel band have been measured from high-resolution (0.01 cm-1) room temperature ( 294 K) absorption spectra of CO2 in the 6120 to 6280 cm-1 region. These parameters were retrieved by a single fit covering the entire spectral region with a total of 26 spectra simultaneously by using our multispectrum nonlinear least squares technique. The data were recorded with the McMath-Pierce Fourier transform spectrometer and the 6-m base path White-type cell available at the National Solar Observatory on Kitt Peak, AZ. The path lengths used in the experiments range between 25 and 121 m and the total gas pressures varied from 11 to 900 Torr. High accuracies in the retrieved rovibrational constants (G, B, D . . .) and intensity parameters (line and band intensity and Herman-Wallis factors) were achieved using position and intensity constraints. Line mixing effects were determined using the relaxation matrix formalism. The analyses were performed using a Voigt line profile modified with line mixing and speed dependence. The results will be compared to values reported in the literature and with our recent measurements of the 30012 00001 band.