- Conference date: 4-9 June 2006
- Location: Auburn, Alabama (USA)
A theory of the intercollisional interference effect in collision‐induced absorption was published over thirty years ago. However, owing to computational difficulties it has only been applied to simple models of the intermolecular potential and induced dipole moment. In this paper we reformulate the expressions for the interference dip, and detail procedures for the numerical evaluation of these kinetic‐theoretical expressions for realistic intermolecular interactions in the classical limit.
- Collision theories
- Electric dipole moments
- Intermolecular forces
- Intermolecular potentials
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