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Table 1:

Carbon dioxide: gas, pure solid, hydrate, and clathrate hydrate transitions.
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& Gas $\rm ^{e}$ & ...\{}&5066.2 \\
& & & & &\it {5075.3} \\
$\rm ^{a}$ Mid-infrared : pure CO2 spectrum measured at 4 K in April 1996 with the same spectrometer; Near-infrared spectra at 21 K and assignments from Quirico & Schmitt (1997); $^{\rm b}$ from Bernstein et al. (2005); $^{\rm c}$ position accuracy is estimated to better than 0.5 cm-1, line positions in italics have higher uncertainties due to line blending, weakness, or saturation effects; $\rm ^{d}$ clathrate antisymmetric stretching-mode assignments for the $\rm\nu_3(^{12}CO_2)$ based on Fleyfel & Devlin (1991); $^{\rm e}$ transitions are assigned based on Rothman (1986).

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