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Theory of the Rare‐Gas‐Induced Branch in HCl Vibration–Rotation Spectra at High Pressures
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8.Presumably this broad contribution is present at low pressures, as well. Under these circumstances it cannot be distinguished from the R‐ and P‐branch line wings and the sharp HCl‐rare‐gas complex lines are thereby observable by contrast.
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19.see also R. D. Sharma, J. Chem. Phys. 43, 220 (1965). These authors were actually concerned with the magnitude and temperature variation of the integrated intensity associated with the sharp features in the null gap at low pressures. The mechanisms which they considered should be operative in giving rise to the diffuse Q branch associated with collisions, however., J. Chem. Phys.
20.See, for example, H. Margenau and M. Lewis, Rev. Mod. Phys. 31, 569 (1959), especially pp. 582–583.
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