The development of infrared standards is an ongoing process in laboratories throughout the world. This handbook provides lists of standards based on spectra of easily available molecular species, from the upper end of the microwave region to the near infrared.
@introbul:Key Features @bul:* The Introduction contains tables of saturated absorption spectroscopy data and heterodyne frequency measurements; The main body includes, in an easily accessible format:
- Spectral maps
- Wavenumber tables
- Transition assignments
Atomic, molecular, and spectroscopy researchers and students.
Introduction. Pictorial Summary of Spectral Maps and Wavenumber Tables. Spectral Maps, Wavenumber Tables and Transition Assignments. CO (492-535); OCS (250-283); CO2 (90-119, 536-571); N2O (50-89, 284-365, 572-805); H2O (2-49, 366-491); 14NH3 (120-175); 15NH3 (176-249); C2H4 (806-851).
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- © Academic Press 1986
- 26th June 1986
- Academic Press
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Laboratoire d'Infrarouge, Universite de Paris-Sud
Dept. of Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington
@qu:The authors are scrupulous in their error analysis. All values (where known) have uncertainties attached. The experimental methodology has been referenced where appropriate, and copious and careful citiations are given.... The spectral and tabular information is first rate. The layout is easy to read and lines are easy to locate. For the workers to whom this precision and accuracy is a must, this text is a must. @source:--SPECTROSCOPY The authors have succeeded in systematizing the multifarious IR-spectroscopic standards for wavenumber calibration. The handbook belongs on the bbokshelves of every library and laboratory concerned with high-resolution spectroscopy. @source:--JENA REVIEW