Abstract

Collision-induced far-infrared translational absorption in equimolar helium-argon mixtures and translational-rotational absorption in nitrogen are reported for pressures up to 7 kbar. For both systems, the results reveal small but significant contributions to the absorption at high densities from both ternary and quaternary collisions, as well as from binary collisions.

© 1977 Optical Society of America

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