Combined analysis of the high sensitivity Fourier transform and ICLAS-VeCSEL absorption spectra of D2O between 8800 and 9520 cm-1
Earth and related Environmental sciences
Electron energy levels
Fourier transform spectroscopy
Intracavity laser absorption spectroscopy
Rovibrational energy levels
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The absorption spectrum of dideuterated water, D2O, has been recorded between 8800 and 9520 cm-1 by intracavity laser absorption spectroscopy (ICLAS) based on a vertical external cavity system emitting laser (VeCSEL) and by high sensitivity Fourier Transform spectroscopy. The combined analysis of the spectra has allowed attributing 1223 transitions to the D2O species. The spectrum assignment was performed on the basis of the recent results of variational calculations based on an optimized potential energy surface of D2O. A set of 687 energy levels was derived from transitions assigned to eight upper vibrational states, 577 of them being reported for the first time. A detailed line list has been generated. The line intensities were retrieved mainly from the FTS spectrum and the absolute integrated intensities of the 2v1 + v2 + v3 and the v2 + 3v3 bands dominating the spectrum have been determined.
CitationNaumenko, O.V.; Leshchishina, O.; Shirin, S.; Jenouvrier, A.; Fally, S.; Vandaele, A.C.; Bertseva, E.; Campargue, A. (2006). Combined analysis of the high sensitivity Fourier transform and ICLAS-VeCSEL absorption spectra of D2O between 8800 and 9520 cm-1. , Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, Vol. 238, Issue 1, 79-90, DOI: 10.1016/j.jms.2006.04.015.