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Phase‐Lag Equation for CO2 in a Spectrophone and Its Application to Deducing the Predominant Vibration–Vibration Transitions
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3.Details given in R. Tripodi, Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 1970.
4.Huetz‐Aubert et al. use the notation and
5.This is the equation in Ref. 2 simplified by neglecting terms containing the asymmetric‐stretching specific heat. They arise from terms in the rate equations that are negligible at room temperature. Note also that Ref. 2 erroneously says the specific heats are for constant pressure.
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