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Hydrogen Data

Franck-Condon Factors, Transition Probabilities and Radiative Lifetimes for Hydrogen Molecules and their Isotopomeres

Calculated data provided by U. Fantz, D. Wünderlich. Detailed description in the report INDC (NDS) 457. Journal reference: U. Fantz and D. Wünderlich, Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables 92 (2006) pp. 853-973.

Rovibronic energy levels for triplet electronic states of molecular deuterium

Numerical data compiled by B. P. Lavrov and I. S. Umrikhin (2007). Journal reference: B. P. Lavrov and I. S. Umrikhin, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 41 (2008) #105103. See also the unpublished report.

LOW-ENERGY dissociative recombination cross-sections of HD+ initially in one of its lowest rotational level Ni+ (vibrational ground state)

Displays the DR cross sections after taking into account the rotational structure and the corresponding interactions, for the case of the cation in its ground vibrational state (vi+=0), but on the lowest 12 rotational states.
F. O. Waffeu Tamo, H. Buhr, O. Motapon, S. Altevogt, V. M. Andrianarijaona, M. Grieser, L. Lammich, M. Lestinsky, M. Motsch, I. Nevo, S. Novotny, D. A. Orlov, H. B. Pedersen, D. Schwalm, F. Sprenger, X. Urbain, U. Weigel, A. Wolf, and I. F.Schneider,Phys. Rev. A 84, 022710 (2011)

Cross-sections for vibrational (de)excitation of HeH+ (in its ground electronic state) by electron impact for all inelastic combinations

M. Ayouz and V. Kokoouline, Atoms 4, 30 (2016) doi:10.3390/atoms4040030

FLYCHK Rate coefficients for ionization balance at coronal equilibrium

FLYCHK rate coefficients [cm3/s] of direct collisional ionization(ci), excitation autoionization(ea), radiative recombination(rr) and dielectronic recombination rates(dr) of each ion are calculated as a function of temperature[eV] for plasma modeling applications. The radiative cooling coefficients per charge state per electron density [eV-cm3/s] for each ion are also listed for line radiation (bb) and recombination radiation (bf). For a radiative cooling rate, one should multiply by electron density[cm-3] and the density of the charge state[cm-3]. Note that all caclulations are done at Ne=1cm-3.
FLYCHK: Generalized population kinetics and spectral model for rapid spectroscopic analysis for all elements, H.-K. Chung, M.H. Chen, W.L. Morgan, Y. Ralchenko and R.W. Lee, High Energy Density Physics, Volume 1, Issue 1, December 2005, Pages 3-12