The triangular line profile in Eq. (7) is non-zero only when
ν

_{k'k}^{J'J}-w < ν < ν

_{k'k}^{J'J}+w.

The triangular line profile in Eq. (16) is non-zero only when
ν

_{n'n}^{J'J}-ω < ν < ν

_{n'n}^{J'J}+ω.

The last sentence of section 5.1.3 should read:

These coefficients include a factor 1/√3, which would otherwise have appeared as 1/3 in Eq. (16),
and they account for the angular momentum selection rules

- total angular momentum:
*J' = J; J*±1
*j* and *j'* are both even or both odd
- parity must change, implying that
*l* changes from odd to even or vice versa.

On the left hand side in Eq. (5) the probability should have superscript

*i → all f*.
It is thus distinct from the two-state probability

*i → f* in Eq. (6).

Fig. 1, the upper inset, which concerns dipole moments: The vertical axis should display atomic units of dipole moment.
The numbers in the published figure (−30 and −60) should be divided by 27.211.
The numbers in the data file, which is provided as supplementary material, are correct.

In table IV the value of Ω' should equal 1 on the first and second row.
The value of Ω should equal 1 on the third and fourth row.

#### J. Chem. Phys. 130, 164314 (2009): (typos)

- There are three equations without equation numbers between Eqs. (B1) and (B2).
In the middle one of those (the one with DID) the right hand side should be multiplied
by a factor sqrt(2/3).
- In the middle relation in Eq. (B2) (the one with DID) the factor sqrt(3/2) should
go out.

The summation index

*V'* in equation (14) should be a lower case

*v'* (Greek nu').
On the other hand, the lower case

*v* inside the summation
should be a captital

*V*.

#### J. Chem. Phys. 115, 5427 (2001): (comment on parameter values)

The a, b, and d parameter values in table III are given with too few
significant digits to correctly reproduce the collision-induced background
absorption, especially in the fundamental band. Better values are given
below.

| a | b |
d |

R_{0}(0) | -0.208977[-6] |
0.876095[-8]
| -0.306704[-10] |

R_{0}(1) | 0.628021[-6] |
-0.220323[-8]
| 0.611017[-11] |

P_{1}(1) | 0.419582[-3] |
-0.241736[-6]
| 0.348191[-10] |

R_{1}(0) | -0.331911[-3] |
0.185684[-6]
| -0.258495[-10] |

R_{1}(1) | 0.275607[-3] |
-0.140382[-6]
| 0.179002[-10] |

#### J. Chem. Phys. 113, 3641 (2000): (typos)

- On the right hand side of equation (4) the factor 1/(
*n*!)
should go out.
- Third paragraph, second sentence on page 3643; replace with:
The signs of the radial wave functions
have been fixed so that they 'start' positive, going from
*r*=0.
- On the right hand side of equation (8) the minus sign should be replaced
by a plus sign.
- On the right hand side of equation (22) the factor
*r* should go
out.
- The right hand side of equation (29) should be multiplied by a factor
sqrt(3)/(4 pi)