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The 13CO2 absorption spectrum by CRDS near 1.74 µm E. V. Karlovets, A. D. Sidorenko, P. Čermák [et al.]

Contributor(s): Sidorenko, A. D | Čermák, Peter | Mondelain, Didier | Kassi, Samir | Perevalov, Valery I | Campargue, Alain | Karlovets, Ekaterina VladimirovnaMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): диоксид углерода | изотопологи | спектроскопические параметры | HITRAN | базы данныхGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: Journal of molecular spectroscopy Vol. 354. P. 54-59Abstract: The 1.74 µm spectral region corresponds to a very weak absorption interval of carbon dioxide (or “transparency window”) of particular importance to sound the deep atmosphere and the surface of Venus. In the present work, we extend the characterization of this spectral interval by the study of the 13CO2 isotopologues by high sensitivity cavity ring down spectroscopy (CRDS) with a highly enriched 13C sample. Indeed, in spite of their low natural abundances, the 13C minor isotopologues (in particular 16O13C18O with natural abundance less than 4.5 × 10−5) contribute importantly to the small residual opacity. In the studied 5694–5851 cm−1 spectral interval about 980 lines with intensity values as low as a few 10−30 cm/molecule at 296 K were detected. On the basis of the predictions of effective Hamiltonian models, the measured CO2 transitions were assigned to six isotopologues: 12C16O2, 13C16O2, 16O12C18O, 16O13C18O, 16O13C17O and 13C18O2. A total of 20 bands were assigned to the 13C isotopologues. Six of them are newly reported while the set of observed rotational transitions is enlarged for the others. The spectroscopic parameters of nineteen 13CO2 bands are determined from standard band-by-band analysis (typical rms deviations of the line positions are 8 × 10−4 cm−1). The new data show an overall good agreement with the Carbon Dioxide Spectroscopic Databank (CDSD-296), HITRAN2016 database and ab initio CO2 line lists. The previously identified issue related to the mixing of line intensities with CDSD or ab initio origins in the HITRAN database is illustrated by the 41104-00001 band of 13C16O2. A general discussion of the bands affected by this issue in the HITRAN2016 list is included.
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The 1.74 µm spectral region corresponds to a very weak absorption interval of carbon dioxide (or “transparency window”) of particular importance to sound the deep atmosphere and the surface of Venus. In the present work, we extend the characterization of this spectral interval by the study of the 13CO2 isotopologues by high sensitivity cavity ring down spectroscopy (CRDS) with a highly enriched 13C sample. Indeed, in spite of their low natural abundances, the 13C minor isotopologues (in particular 16O13C18O with natural abundance less than 4.5 × 10−5) contribute importantly to the small residual opacity. In the studied 5694–5851 cm−1 spectral interval about 980 lines with intensity values as low as a few 10−30 cm/molecule at 296 K were detected. On the basis of the predictions of effective Hamiltonian models, the measured CO2 transitions were assigned to six isotopologues: 12C16O2, 13C16O2, 16O12C18O, 16O13C18O, 16O13C17O and 13C18O2. A total of 20 bands were assigned to the 13C isotopologues. Six of them are newly reported while the set of observed rotational transitions is enlarged for the others. The spectroscopic parameters of nineteen 13CO2 bands are determined from standard band-by-band analysis (typical rms deviations of the line positions are 8 × 10−4 cm−1).
The new data show an overall good agreement with the Carbon Dioxide Spectroscopic Databank (CDSD-296), HITRAN2016 database and ab initio CO2 line lists. The previously identified issue related to the mixing of line intensities with CDSD or ab initio origins in the HITRAN database is illustrated by the 41104-00001 band of 13C16O2. A general discussion of the bands affected by this issue in the HITRAN2016 list is included.

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