Том 18, номер 04, статья № 13

Пташник И.В. Димеры воды: "неизвестный" эксперимент. // Оптика атмосферы и океана. 2005. Т. 18. № 04. С. 359-362.
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Аннотация:

Показано, что известный эксперимент Бёрча по измерению поглощения водяного пара в области 3000-4200 см-1 является достоверным доказательством существенного вклада димеров воды в континуальное поглощение в данном спектральном диапазоне.

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