In database:
10-18907 cm-1
17.7-124 nm
Hydrogen (H2)
Molecular weight 2.02
Boiling point -252.8 C

Hydrogen Quadrapole Transitions
Data from 4125 to 18907 cm-1, from:
An Experimental Study of the Vibrational-Rotational Spectrum of Molecular Hydrogen; S.L. Bragg; PhD Thesis, Washington University (1981).
Line Positions and Strengths in the H2 Quadrapole Spectrum; S.L. Bragg et al.; Astrophys.J. 263:999-1004 (1982).
An Experimental Study of the 4-0 and 5-0 Quadrapole Vibration Rotation Bands of H2 in the Visible; D.W. Ferguson et al.; J.Mol.Spec. 160:315-325 (1993).
Images of Data

Other references
Line list of data from 2.5 to 28 microns, no intensities, from
Flourescent Excitation of Interstellar H2; J.H. Black and E.F. Vandishoeck; Astrophys.J. 322:412-449 (1987).

Please see The MPI-Mainz UV/VIS Spectral Atlas

Collision-induced absorption coefficients of H2 pairs at temperatures from 60K to 1000K, A.Borysow, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 390, 779-782 (2002)
Figures from article
Data from article replotted, expanded, etc

The Binary Collision-Induced Second Overtone Band of Gaseous Hydrogen: Modelling and Laboratory Measurements; C. Brodbeck, J-P. Bouanich, N. van Thanh, and A. Borysow; Planetary and Space Science 47:1285-1289 (1999).
Figures showing data in the region 11000-13500 cm-1

Translational Band of Gaseous Hydrogen at Low Temperature; E.H.Wishnow, I. Ozier, H.P. Gush, and J. Schaefer; Astrophyiscal Journal 492:843-848 (1998).

High Resolution Laser Spectroscopy of H2 at 86-90 nm; E. Reinhold, W. Hogervorst, and W. Ubachs; J.Mol.Spec. 180:156-163 (1996)
Figure 2 showing data in the region 113750-114200 cm-1 (87.6-87.9 nm)

Collision-Induced Absorption by H2 Pairs in the Fundamental Band at 78 K and 298 K; C. Brodbeck et al.; Physical Review A 50:484-488 (1994)

Notes h2
n1 4161 cm-1 (a1)

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