Bibliography for SO3
  1. Underwood, D. S., Tennyson, J., Yurchenko, S. N., Clausen, S., Fateev, A., "ExoMol line lists XVII: A line list for hot SO3", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 462, 4300-4313 (2016). [link to article][16UnTeYu.SO3]
  2. Grosch, H., Fateev, A., Clausen, S., "UV absorption cross-sections of selected sulfur-containing compounds at temperatures up to 500 °C", Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 154, 28-34 (2015). [link to article][14GrFaCl.SO3]
  3. Hieta, T., Merimaa, M., "Simultaneous detection of SO2, SO3 and H2O using QCL spectrometer for combustion applications", Applied Physics B: Photophysics and Laser Chemistry 117, 847-854 (2014). [link to article][14HiMexx.SO3]
  4. Underwood, D. S., Tennyson, J., Yurchenko, S. N., "An ab initio variationally computed room-temperature line list for 32S16O3", Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15, 10118-10125 (2013). [link to article][13UnTeYu.SO3]
  5. Hill, C., Yurchenko, S. N., Tennyson, J., "Temperature-dependent molecular absorption cross sections for exoplanets and other atmospheres", Icarus 226, 1673-1677 (2013). [link to article][13HiYuTe.SO2]
  6. Zhang, X., Liang, M. C., Mills, F. P., Belyaev, D. A., Yung, Y. L., "Sulfur chemistry in the middle atmosphere of Venus", Icarus 217, 714-739 (2012). [link to article][13ZhLiMa.SO3]
  7. Fleig, D., Vainio, E., Andersson, K., Brink, A., Johnsson, F., Hupa, M., "Evaluation of SO3 measurement techniques in air and oxy-fuel combustion", Energy and Fuels 26, 5537-5549 (2012). [link to article][12FlVaAnBr.SO3]
  8. Vahedpour, M., Goodarzi, M., Hajari, N., Nazari, F., "Theoretical study on the atmospheric formation of sulfur trioxide as the primary agent for acid rain", Structural Chemistry 22, 817-822 (2011). [link to article][11VaGoHa.SO3]
  9. Zhang, X., Liang, M.-C., Montmessin, F., Bertaux, J.-L., Parkinson, C., Yung, Y. L., "Photolysis of sulphuric acid as the source of sulphur oxides in the mesosphere of Venus", Nature Geoscience 3, 834-837 (2010). [link to article][10ZhLiMoBe.SO3]
  10. Rawlins, W. T., Hensley, J. M., Sonnenfroh, D. M., Oakes, D. B., Allen, M. G., "Quantum cascade laser sensor for SO2 and SO3 for application to combustor exhaust streams", Applied Optics 44, 6635-6643 (2005). [link to article][05RaHeSoOa.SO3]
  11. Maki, A., Blake, T. A., Sams, R. L., Frieh, J., Barber, J., Masiello, T., Chrysostom, E. T. H., Nibler, J. W., Weber, A., "Analysis of some combination-overtone infrared bands of 32S16O3", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 225, 109-122 (2004). [link to article][04MaBlSa.SO3]
  12. Sharpe, S. W., Blake, T. A., Sams, R. L., Maki, A., Masiello, T., Barber, J., Vulpanovici, N., Nibler, J. W., Weber, A., "The ν3 and 2ν3 bands of 32S16O3, 32S18O3, 34S16O3, and 34S18O3", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 222, 142-152 (2003). [link to article][03ShBlSa.SO3]
  13. Barber, J., Masiello, T., Nibler, J. W., Maki, A., Weber, A., Blake, T. A., Sams, R. L., "Analysis of ν2, ν4 infrared hot bands of 32S16O3: Resolution of the puzzle of the ν1 CARS spectrum", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 216, 105-112 (2002). [link to article][02BaChMa.SO3]
  14. Chrysostom, E. T. H., Vulpanovici, N., Masiello, T., Barber, J., Nibler, J. W., Weber, A., Maki, A., Blake, T. A., "Coherent Raman and infrared studies of sulfur trioxide", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 210, 233-239 (2001). [link to article][01ChVuMa.SO3]
  15. Maki, A., Blake, T. A., Sams, L. S., Vulpanovici, N., Barber, J., Chrysostom, E. T. H., Masiello, T., Nibler, J. W., Weber, A., "High-resolution infrared spectra of the ν2, ν3, ν4, and 2ν3 bands of 32S16O3", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 210, 240-249 (2001). [link to article][01MaBlSa.SO3]
  16. Martin, J. M. L., "A fully ab initio quartic force field of spectroscopic quality for SO3", Spectrochimica Acta Part A 55, 709-718 (1999). [link to article][99Martin.SO3]
  17. Burkholder, J. B., McKeen, S., "UV absorption cross sections for SO3", Geophysical Resarch Letters 24, 3201-3204 (1997). [link to article][97BuMcxx.SO3]
  18. Kolb, C. E., Jayne, J. T., Worsnop, D. R., "Gas phase reaction of sulphur trioxide with water", Journal of the American Chemical Society 116, 10314-10315 (1994). [link to article][94KoJaWo.SO3]
  19. Flament, J. P., Rougeau, N., Tadjeddine, M., "Vibrational frequencies of simple sulfur oxides: Ab initio SQM and MCSCF calculations; comparison", Chemical Physics 167, 53-60 (1992). [link to article][92FlRoTa]
  20. Meyer, V., Sutter, D. H., Dreizler, H., "The centrifugally induced pure rotational spectrum and the structure of sulfur trioxide. A microwave Fourier transform study of a nonpolar molecule", Zeitschrift für Naturforschung A 46, 710-714 (1991). [link to article][91MeSuDr.SO3]
  21. Ortigoso, J., Escribano, R., Maki, A. G., "The ν2 and ν4 IR bands of SO3", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 138, 602-613 (1989). [link to article][89OrEsMa.SO3]
  22. Calvert, J. G., Lazrus, A., Kok, G. L., Heikes, B. G., Walega, J. G., Lind, J., Cantrell, C. A., "Chemical mechanisms of acid generation in the troposphere", Nature 317, 27-35 (1985). [link to article][85CaLaKo.SO3]
  23. Craig, R. A., Reynolds, R. T., Ragent, B., Carle, G. C., Woeller, F., Pollack, J. B., "Sulfur trioxide in the lower atmosphere of Venus?", Icarus 53, 1-9 (1983). [link to article][83CrReRa.SO3]
  24. Le Roy, B., Le Bras, G., Rigaud, P., "Ultraviolet absorption spectra of sulfur compounds of aeronomical interest (carbon oxysulfide, carbon disulfide, sulfur trioxide)", Annales de Géophysique 37, 297-302 (1981).[81LeLeRi.SO3]
  25. Kaldor, A., Maki, A. G., Dorney, A. J., Mills, I. M., "The assignment of ν2 and ν4 of SO3", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 45, 247-252 (1973). [link to article][73KaMaDo.SO3]
  26. Dorney, A. J., Hoy, A. R., Mills, I. M., "An anharmonic force field for SO3", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 45, 253-260 (1973). [link to article][73DoHoMi.SO3]
  27. Gerding, H., Lecomte, J., "Infra-red absorption spectrum of sulphur trioxide", Nature 142, 718 (1938). [link to article][38GeLexx.SO3]
  28. Palmer, K. J., "The electron diffraction investigation of sulfur monochloride, sulfur dichloride, sulfur trioxide, thionyl chloride, sulfuryl chloride, vanadium oxytrichloride, and chromyl chloride", Journal of the American Chemical Society 60, 2360-2369 (1938). [link to article][38Palmer.SO3]
  29. Gerding, H., Moerman, N. F., "Raman spectrum of the ice-like form of sulphur trioxide", Nature 137, 1033-1034 (1936). [link to article][36GeMoxx.SO3]
  30. Fajans, E., Goodeve, C. F., "The absorption spectrum of sulphur trioxide", Transactions of the Faraday Society 32, 511-514 (1936). [link to article][36FaGoxx.SO3]

The ExoMol bibliometrician is Olga Yurchenko