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Table 84. H2 18O (H18OH): Line position and intensity for rotational transitions within the vibrational ground state (000), in the range 53–725 cm–1

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This document is part of Subvolume C 'Non-linear Triatomic Molecules', Part 1 'H2O (HOH)', Part γ 'H2 17O (H17OH), H2 18O (H18OH)' of Volume 20 'Molecular Constants Mostly from Infrared Spectroscopy' of Landolt-Börnstein - Group II 'Molecules and Radicals'. It contains line position and intensity for rotational transitions within the vibrational ground state (000) of H2 18O (H18OH). Parent documents: SpringerMaterial s Volume II/ 20C1γ Introduction Survey

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The pure rotational spectrum of a mixture of H216O, H217O and H218O between 50 and 730 cm-1 was recorded on the Fourier transform spectrometer at the University of Oulu. The resolution achieved was about 0.010 cm-1 and the precision of the unblended lines was better than 0.001 cm-1. About 1100 lines were assigned. The measured line positions of H217O and H218O were compared with the values derived from the rotation and distortion constants given in the literature.