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Intensity of the second and third OH overtones of H_2O_2, HNO_3, and HO_2NO_2

Zhang, Hui and Roehl, Coleen M. and Sander, Stanley P. and Wennberg, Paul O. (2000) Intensity of the second and third OH overtones of H_2O_2, HNO_3, and HO_2NO_2. Journal of Geophysical Research D, 105 (D11). pp. 14593-14598. ISSN 0148-0227. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20140625-075632457

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Abstract

The 3ν_(OH) and 4ν_(OH) of H_2O_2, HNO_3, and HO_2NO_2 have been observed. The band strengths of 3ν_(OH) are (7.0±1.8) × 10^(−20), (2.9±0.7) × 10^(−20), and (3.8±1.1) × 10^(−20) cm^2 molecules^(−1) cm^(−1) for H_2O_2, HNO_3, and HO_2NO_2, respectively. Those of 4ν_(OH) are (4.5± .6) × 10^(−21), (2.8± .0) × 10^(−21), and (3.0±1.8) × 10^(−21) cm^2 molecules^(−1) cm^(−1) for H_2O_2, HNO_3, and HO_2NO_2, respectively. The uncertainty is for one standard deviation. Assuming excitation of these modes by solar absorption is dissociative for HO_2NO_2, these measurements confirm that this process will play a small role in the atmospheric photochemistry of the lower stratosphere.


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Roehl, Coleen M.0000-0001-5383-8462
Sander, Stanley P.0000-0003-1424-3620
Wennberg, Paul O.0000-0002-6126-3854
Alternate Title:Intensity of the second and third OH overtones of H2O2, HNO3, and HO2NO2
Additional Information:© 2000 American Geophysical Union. Received November 23, 1999; revised February 9, 2000; accepted February 11, 2000. Paper number 2000JD900118. This work is partly supported by NASA grant SA98-0055. We thank R.J. Salawitch for help on the HO_2NO_2 photolysis rate calculations. Useful communications with D. J. Donaldson are greatly appreciated.
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Official Citation:Zhang, H., C. M. Roehl, S. P. Sander, and P. O. Wennberg (2000), Intensity of the second and third OH overtones of H2O2, HNO3, and HO2NO2, J. Geophys. Res., 105(D11), 14593–14598, doi:10.1029/2000JD900118.
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