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Classical Theory of Rotational Relaxation in Diatomic Gases
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20.The nitrogen and oxygen data of Winter and Hill (Ref. 3) have been reanalyzed by the present authors in the following way: The absoprtion per wavelength, is plotted vs (frequency/pressure) on log‐log paper, as in Fig. 4. The relaxation time is then determined by fitting a straight line with unit slope to the data. The results, as shown in Figs. 6 and 7, are in excellent agreement with the data of Carnevale et al. (Ref. 2).
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