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Near-infrared absorption of the OH stretching overtone transition of water has been measured at temperatures and pressures in the ranges of 373-673 K and 20-400 bar, respectively. The absorption profile at 673 K and 400 bar retains a mark of rotational structure, indicating that an appreciable proportion of water molecules can rotate quite freely. The molar absorption intensity decreases linearly with increasing pressure in the low-pressure region. Enthalpy for dimerization has been estimateddoi:10.1063/1.1628667 fatcat:cif723as5rdaxfy7bygxjiubmy