Abstract

Intensity–half-width products have been measured at intermediate resolution using pure-water-vapor samples at pressures from 0.5 to 3.5 torr and a path length of 9355 cm. Intensities, derived from the results using theoretical values of the half-width, have been compared with those reported by other investigators.

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