Vol. 3, issue 05, article # 4

pdf Tvorogov S. D., Rodimova O. B., Nesmelova L. I. Spectral line mixing and line wing shape: A critical review. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1990. V. 3. No. 05. P. 428-442.
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The spectral intervals in which the absorption is due to the line wings are important for atmospheric optics applications. In this connection, the currently popular concept of the essential role played by line mixing in shaping the spectral line wing contour is discussed. It is shown that the arguments offered by some authors to support this idea are unconvincing.