The XIV Symposium on High Resolution Molecular Spectroscopy

July 6-11, 2003, Krasnoyarsk-Yeniseisk-Krasnoyarsk, Russia

Program

Monday, July 7

Poster Session E, 1500 - 1600, 1750 - 1900
E1 Modeling of 12C16O2 in the 4377 - 5503 cm-1
      S.A. Tashkun, V.I. Perevalov, J.-L. Teffo
      E1.PDF
E2 Reanalysis of the FT absorption spectrum of HDO around 1.5 mm
      O.V. Naumenko, S.S. Voronina, A.D. Bykov, B.A. Voronin,
      B.P. Winnewisser, M. Winnewisser
      E2.PDF
E3 New observations of infrared bands of asymmetrical isotopomers 16O16O18O and 16O18O18O
      A. Barbe, M.-R. De Backer-Barilly, Vl.G. Tyuterev, S.A. Tashkun
      E3.PDF
E4 Information-simulation system SPECTRA on the WEB
      Yu.L. Babikov, V.F. Golovko, S.N. Mikhailenko, S.A. Tashkun
      E4.PDF
E5 Detailed absorption spectrum of H2S molecule from 4400 to 11400 cm-1 for the information system "SPECTRA"
      O.V. Naumenko, L.R. Brown, E.R. Polovtseva
      E5.PDF
E6 Quantum chemical study of [AuClx(H2O)4-x]3-x (x = 4 - 2)
      N.E. Kuz'menko, A.V. Makarov, D.A. Pichugina, A.F. Shestakov
      E6.PDF
E7 Generalized Euler transformation of series of two variables and its application for calculation of vibration-rotation levels of diatomic molecules
      T.V. Kruglova
      E7.PDF
E8 Spectroscopic and molecular parameters of CuH
      T.I. Velichko
      E8.PDF
E9 On the role of the imaginary part of the relaxation matrix in vibration-rotation band shape calculations
      N.N. Filippov, M.V. Tonkov
      E9.PDF
E10 Influence of the intramolecular interactions on intermolecular potential matrix elements
       Valentina N. Stroinova, Yurii I. Tyurin, Alexander D. Bykov, Vladimir M. Mikhailov
        E10.PDF
E11 Analytical representation of self-broadening coefficients of H2O molecule
        V.I. Starikov, A.E. Protasevich
        E11.PDF
E12 Electronic spectra of ozone-water clusters and the possible transformations in atmosphere
        Yu.V. Novakovskaya, N.F. Stepanov
        E12.PDF
E13 Photoionization and photodissociation of molecules: Multi-particle perturbation theory calculation scheme
        A.V. Glushkov, V.P. Kozlovskaya
        E13.PDF
E14 A fast-response spectrum analyzer
        M.I. Allenov, V.G. Biryukov, V.N. Ivanov
        E14.PDF
E15 High sensitive 1.31 μm diode laser hydrogen fluoride sensor with detection limit 1 ppb
        A.G. Berezin, O.V. Ershov, A.I. Nadezhdinskii, Ya.Ya. Ponurovskii
       E15.PDF
E16 Combined UV spectroscopy and mass spectrometry for environmental and geological object analysis
        T.Yu. Filippova, M.Yu. Gooznjaeva, Yu.P. Turov
        E16.PDF
E17 Method of HDO background concentration measurement based on infrared Fourier spectrometry
       A.I. Nadezhdinskii, D.B. Stavrovskii, T.A. Shubenkina
        E17.PDF
E18 The temperature dependence of cumulative spectra of the atmospheric gases in lacunarity terms
       K.M. Firsov, D.A. Gerasimov, Yu.V. Kistenev, Yu.N. Ponomarev
        E18.PDF
Invited Lectures F, 1600 - 1645
Chair: Jean-Paul Champion
F1 Infrared absorption line broadening and line profile studies between 296 and 6 K using tunable diode lasers
      Arlan W. Mantz
      F1.PDF
Oral Session G, 1645 - 1750
Chair: Jean-Paul Champion
G1 Multinuclear NMR spectra of microscopic gaseous samples
      Karol Jackowski
      G1.PDF
G2 The increase of the sensitivity and signal to noise ratio in near IR laser spectrometer with 30-meter multipass absorption cell
      Yurii .N. Ponomarev, I.S. Tyryshkin
      G2.PDF
G3 High-resolution spectroscopy of molecular lines in dark interstellar clouds
      Alexander V. Lapinov, C. Thum, G. Paubert
      G3.PDF