MicroWave Spectroscopy Laboratory

Maksim A. Koshelev Papers

List of selected papers:
    1. M.Yu. Tretyakov, V.V. Parshin, V.N. Shanin, S.E. Myasnikova, M.A. Koshelev, A.F. Krupnov. Real Atmosphere Laboratory Measurement of the 118-GHz Oxygen Line: Shape, Shift, and Broadening of the Line. J. Molec. Spectrosc., 208(1) (2001) 110-112.
    2. M.Yu. Tretyakov, V.V. Parshin, M.A. Koshelev, V.N. Shanin, S.E. Myasnikova, A.F. Krupnov, Laboratory Studies of 183 GHz Water Line: Broadening and Shifting by Air, N2 and O2 and Integral Intensity Measurements, J. Molec. Spectrosc., 218(2) (2003) 239-245.
    3. G. Yu. Golubiatnikov, M.A. Koshelev and A.F. Krupnov, Reinvestigation of Pressure Broadening Parameters at 60-GHz Band and Single 118.75 GHz Oxygen at Room Temperature, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 222(2) (2003) 191-197.
    4. M.Yu. Tretyakov, G. Yu Golubiatnikov, V.V. Parshin, M.A. Koshelev, S.E. Myasnikova, A.F. Krupnov and P.W. Rosenkranz, Experimental Study of Line Mixing Coefficient for 118.75 GHz Oxygen Line, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 223(1) (2004)  31-38.
    5. M.Yu. Tretyakov, M.A. Koshelev, V.V. Dorovskikh, D.S. Makarov, and  P.W. Rosenkranz, 60-GHz oxygen band: precise broadening and central frequencies of fine structure lines, absolute absorption profile at atmospheric pressure, revision of mixing coefficients, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 231(1) (2005) 1-14.
    6. M.A. Koshelev, M. Yu. Tretyakov, R.M. Lees, and Li-Hong Xu, Tunable diode laser Measurements of N2- and O2-Pressure Broadening and Pressure-Induced Shifts for OCS Transitions in the n3 Band, J. Molec. Struct. 780-781 (2006) 7-16.
    7. M.Yu. Tretyakov, M.A. Koshelev, M.V. Tonkov, Low rotational transitions of CF3H molecule: pressure shift and broadening, Optika i spectroskopiya 100(5) (2006) 759-766 (in russian).
    8. M.Yu. Tretyakov, V.V. Parshin, M.A. Koshelev, A.P. Shkaev, A.F. Krupnov, Extension of the Range of Resonator Scanning Spectrometer into Submillimeter Band and Some Perspectives of Its Further Developments, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 238 (2006) 91-97.
    9. M.A. Koshelev, M.Yu. Tretyakov, R.M. Lees, L.-H. Xu, ECTDL study of N2- and O2- pressure broadening of a series of ammonia lines in the 1.5 mkm (v1+v3) combination band, Appl. Phys. B 85(2-3) (2006) 273-277.
    10. M.Yu. Tretyakov, M.A. Koshelev, I.A. Koval, V.V. Parshin, L.M. Kukin, L.I. Fedoseev, Yu.A. Dryagin, A.F. Andriyanov, Temperature dependence of pressure broadening of 1- oxygen line at 118.75 GHz, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 241 (2007) 109-111.
    11. M.A. Koshelev, M.Yu. Tretyakov, G.Yu. Golubiatnikov, V.V. Parshin, V.N. Markov, I.A. Koval, Broadening and Shifting of the 321-, 325- and 380-GHz Lines of Water Vapor by Pressure of Atmospheric Gases, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 241 (2007) 101-108.
    12. M.Yu. Tretyakov, M.A. Koshelev, I.A. Koval, V.V. Parshin, Yu. A. Dryagin, L.M. Kukin, L.I. Fedoseev, Continuum absorption by a mixture of nitrogen with water vapor in 100-210 GHz range, Optika atmospheri i okeana, V. 20, N. 2, P. 101-105, (2007) (in russian) Available in English translation: Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics, Vol. 20, No. 2 February 2007, P. 89-93.
    13. M.Yu. Tretyakov, M.A. Koshelev, D.S. Makarov, M.V. Tonkov, Precise measurements of collision parameters of spectral lines with a spectrometer with radioacoustic detection of absorption in the millimeter and submillimeter ranges, Instruments and Experimental Techniques 51(1) (2008) 78-88.
    14. G.Yu. Golubiatnikov, M.A. Koshelev, A.F. Krupnov, Pressure Shift and Broadening of 110-101 Water Vapor Lines by Atmosphere Gases, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiative Transfer 109 (2008) 1828-1833.
    15. D.S. Makarov, I.A. Koval, M.A. Koshelev, V.V. Parshin and M.Yu. Tretyakov, Collisional parameters of the 118-GHz oxygen line: temperature dependence, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 252 (2008) 242-243.
    16. M.A. Koshelev, M.Yu. Tretyakov, Collisional broadening and shifting of OCS rotational spectrum lines, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiative Transfer 110(v.1-2) (2009) 118-128.
    17. M.A. Koshelev, V.N. Markov, Broadening of the J=3←2 spectral line of carbon monoxide by pressure of CO, N2 and O2, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiative Transfer 110(v.8) (2009) 526-527.
    18. M.Yu. Tretyakov, A.F. Krupnov, M.A. Koshelev, D.S. Makarov and E.A. Serov and V.V. Parshin, Resonator spectrometer for precise broadband investigations of atmospheric absorption in discrete lines and water vapor related continuum in millimeter wave range, Review of Scientific Instruments, 80(9) (2009) 093106.
    19. M.A. Koshelev, Collisional Broadening and Shifting of the 211-202 Transition of H216O, H217O, H218O by Atmosphere Gases, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiative Transfer 112 (2011) 550-552.
    20. M.A. Koshelev, E.A. Serov, V.V. Parshin, M.Yu. Tretyakov, Millimeter wave continuum absorption in moist nitrogen at temperatures 261 – 328 K, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiative Transfer 112 (2011) 2704-2712.
    21. M.A. Koshelev, M.Yu. Tretyakov, F. Rohart, J.-P. Bouanich, Speed dependence of collisional relaxation in ground vibrational state of OCS: Rotational behaviour, J. Chem. Phys. 136(12) (2012) 124316(1-11).
    22. A.F. Krupnov, M.Yu. Tretyakov, S.P. Belov, G.Yu. Golubiatnikov, V.V. Parshin, M.A. Koshelev, D.S. Makarov, and E.A. Serov, Accurate broadband rotational BWO-based spectroscopy, J. Molec. Spectrosc. 280 (2012) 110-118.
    23. M.Yu. Tretyakov, М.А. Koshelev, I.N. Vilkov, V.V. Parshin, and Е.А. Serov, Resonator spectroscopy of the atmosphere in the 350-500 GHz range, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiative Transfer 114 (2013) 109-121.
    24. V.V. Parshin, M.Yu. Tretyakov, M.A. Koshelev, E.A. Serov, Modern resonator spectroscopy at submillimeter wavelengths, IEEE Sensors Journal 13(1) (2013) 18-23.
    25. M.Yu. Tretyakov, E.A. Serov, M.A. Koshelev, V.V. Parshin, A.F. Krupnov, Observation of the rotationally resolved spectrum of the water dimer at room temperature,Phys. Rev. Letters, 110, 093001 (2013).
    26. O. V. Boyarkin, M. Koshelev, O. Aseev, P. Maksyutenko, T. R. Rizzo,  N.F. Zobov, L. Lodi, J. Tennyson, and O.L.Polyansky, Accurate dissociation energy of water determined by experiment and theory, Submitted to Chem. Phys. Letter, (2013).

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