N-broadening coefficients have been measured for 41 transitions of PH at -100 °C in the R branch of the ν band and the P, P, and P branches of the ν band, using a tunable diode-laser spectrometer. The recorded lines with J values ranging from 1 to 13 and K from 0 to 10 are located between 1026 and 1093 cm. The collisional widths are determined by fitting each spectral line with a Voigt profile, a Rautian profile, and a speed-dependent Rautian profile. The latter models provide larger broadening coefficients than the Voigt model. These coefficients have also been calculated on the basis of a semiclassical model of interacting linear molecules by considering an atom-atom Lennard-Jones potential in addition to the electrostatic contributions. By comparing broadening coefficients at room and low temperatures, the temperature dependence of these broadenings has been determined both experimentally and theoretically.
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