In database:
16-9760 cm-1
31-240 nm
Hydrogen Bromide (HBr)
Molecular weight 80.91 amu
Freezing point -86 C
Boiling point -66.4 C
Dipole moment 0.78 D
HITRAN number: 16

Infrared cross-sections from PNNL
FTIR infrared cross-sections from 600 to 6500 cm-1
Data available at 5 C, 25 C, and 50 C
Spectra is composite of on the order of 10 different pressures,backfilled with nitrogen to 760 T.
Images of PNNL data in cm2/molecule vs. wavenumbers
Images of PNNL data in cm2/molecule vs. microns

Line list from HITRAN
Data from 16 to 9760 cm-1.
Images of HITRAN data in cm/molecule vs. wavenumbers
Images of HITRAN data in cm/molecule vs. microns

UV cross-sections
Please see The MPI-Mainz UV/VIS Spectral Atlas

Additonal References
Optical Oscillator Strengths of Hydrogen Bromide in the 4.5-20 eV Excitation Energy Region; W.-B. Li, L.-F. Zhu, X.-J. Liu, Z.-S. Yuan, J.-M. Sun, H.-D. Cheng, and K.-Z. Xu; Chin.Phys.Lett. 21:656-658 (2004).
Figure 1 showing data from 4.5 to 20 eV (62 to 310 nm)

Atomic Emission of Anhydrous Hydrogen Bromide: Spectra from 200 to 900 nm by Sealed Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectroscopy; R.K. Tepe, T. Jacksier, and R.M. Barnes; Spec.Acta B 52:2103-2113 (1997).
Figure 6 showing data from 200 to 900 nm

High Resolution Single-Photon Ionization of HBr in the Spin-Orbit Autoionization Region; R. Irrgang, N. Bowering, M. Drescher, M. Spieweck, and U. Heinzmann; J.Chem.Phys. 104:8966-8972 (1996).
Figure 4 showing data from 93900 to 96850 cm-1 (103 to 106 nm)

Gas-Phase Far-Ultraviolet Absorption Spectrum of Hydrogen Bromide and Hydrogen Iodide; B.J. Huebert and R.M. Martin; J.Phys.Chem. 72:3046-3048 (1968).
Figure 1 showing data from 170 to 230 nm

Notes hbr
n1 2558 cm-1

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