In database:
0-6500 cm-1
6.2-930 nm
Nitrogen dioxide (NO2)
Molecular weight 46 amu
Freezing point: -11 C
Boiling point: 21.1 C
HITRAN number: 10

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 2004
Data from 0 to 3074 cm-1
Images of HITRAN 2004 data in cm/molecule vs. wavenumbers
Images of HITRAN 2004 data in cm/molecule vs. microns

Line list from HITRAN 2000
Data from 0 to 2938 cm-1
Images of HITRAN 2000 data in cm/molecule vs. wavenumbers

UV cross-sections
From HITRAN
Images of data from 238 to 666 nm

From Dave Crisp, .185-.8 microns
Image of UV data

Please see The MPI-Mainz UV/VIS Spectral Atlas

Additional References
New High-Resolution Analysis of the n3 Band of 15N16O2 Isotopomer of Nitrogen Dioxide by Fourier Transform Spectroscopy; J. Orphal et al.; J.Mol.Spec. 204:72-79 (2000).
Figure 1 showing data from 1500-1650 cm-1

New High-Resolution Analysis of the 3n3 and 2n1+n3 Bands of Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) by Fourier Transform Spectroscopy; T.M. Stephen et al.; J.Mol.Spec. 201:134-142 (2000).
Figure 1 showing data from 4130-4780 cm-1

Atmospheric Remote-Sensing Reference Data from GOME: Part 1. Temperature-Dependent Absorption Cross-Sections of NO2 in the 231-794 nm Range; J.P. Burrows, A. Dehn, B. Deters, S. Himmelmann, A. Richter, S. Voigt, and J. Orphal; JQSRT 60:1025-1031 (1998)
Figure 1 showing data from 231 to 794 nm

Notes no2
n1 1320 cm-1
n2 750 cm-1
n3 1617 cm-1



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