## Data for: The branching ratio of intercombination $A^1\Sigma^+\sim b^3\Pi\to a^3\Sigma^+/X^1\Sigma^+$ transitions in the RbCs molecule: measurements and calculations

1 file (2020)Ruvin Ferber, Andrey Stolyarov

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Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer

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## Data for: The branching ratio of intercombination $A^1\Sigma^+\sim b^3\Pi\to a^3\Sigma^+/X^1\Sigma^+$ transitions in the RbCs molecule: measurements and calculations

1 file (2020)Ruvin Ferber, Andrey Stolyarov

The spin-allowed A1Sigma+-X1Sigma+ and b3Pi-a3Sigma+ TDM functions of the RbCs molecule obtained by the scalar-relativistic CI-CPP calculations. The fully relativistic (2,3)0+ - (1)0+ curves are the original TDM functions obtained using FSRCC-FF method in the framework of the conventional adiabatic representation. And their quasi-diabatic A0+ - X0+, b0+ - a1, b1 - a0- TDM functions derived from the relativistic FSRCC-FF data.## Data for: Ab initio calculations of collisional line-shape parameters and generalized spectroscopic cross-sections for rovibrational dipole lines in HD perturbed by He

1 file (2020)Kamil Stankiewicz, Hubert Jozwiak and 4 more

Description of supplementary material for : Ab initio calculations of collisional line–shape parameters and generalized spectroscopic cross-sections for rovibrational dipole lines in HD perturbed by He by Kamil Stankiewicz, Hubert Jóźwiak, Maciej Gancewski, Nikodem Stolarczyk, Franck Thibault, Piotr Wcisło The generalized spectroscopic cross-sections as a function of collision relative kinetic energy defined by Eq.4 are given in files HD_HeXS*.txt. The values in subsequent columns are the kinetic energy, the real part of σ0q (PBXS), the imaginary part of σ0q (PSXS), the real part of σ1q (RDXS), the imaginary part of σ1q (IDXS) and the inelastic contribution to the PBXS (Inel. Contr.). Kinetic energy is given in cm-1, the cross-sections and inelastic contribution in Å2. For example the file HD_HeXS2_0R_4.txt provides the cross-sections for the electric dipole R(4) line of the 2-0 band. The thermally averaged pressure broadening and shift coefficients (PBC and PSC), real and imaginary parts of the optical frequencies of velocity-changing collisions (Re(νopt) and Im(νopt)), defined by Eqs. 6 and 7, are given in the HD_Heline_shape*.txt files. Temperature is given in K and the values of the coefficients in 10-3 cm-1/atm. For example file HD_Heline_shape5_0P_3.txt contains data for electric dipole P(3) line of 5-0 band.## Data for: Empirical rovibrational energy levels of ammonia up to 7500 cm-1

1 file (2020)Attila Csaszar, Shanshan Yu and 6 more

Supplementary data to Empirical rovibrational energy levels of ammonia up to 7500 cm-1## Data for: Night Sky Brightness Monitoring Network in Wuxi, China

2 files (2020)Hengtao Cui, Yuxuan Huang and 4 more

These data reflect night sky brightness in the areas where the monitoring stations are located. The brightness of the night sky is an important factor in astronomical observation, which is also closely related to the local environment and economic development level.## Data for: Revising the line-shape parameters for air- and self- broadened CO2 lines toward a sub-percent accuracy level

2 files (2020)Robab Hashemi, Roman V. Kochanov and 7 more

Table 1: Speed-dependent Voigt line-shape parameters for air-broadened CO2 lines, deduced from rCMDS-calculated spectra. gamma0, gamma2 are in cm-1/atm and Y as first-order line-mixingin atm-1. In parenthesis there are the statistical uncertainty in the unit of the last quoted digit. Table 2: The revised line shape parameters of CO2-air and CO2-CO2 using the Voigt and speed dependent Voigt profiles. The update on the Voigt parameters group is included in the '.par' file as in HITRAN 2016 plus the first two extra columns for the temperetaure dependence of self- half width (n_air) and self shifts (delta-self) for the Voigt profile. The next columns are the update of speed dependent Voigt parameters as follows: air- half width (gamma_SDV_0_air_296), self- half width (gamma_SDV_0_self_296), temperature dependence of air- half width (n_SDV_air_296), temperature dependence of self- half width (n_SDV_self_296), air- speed dependence of width (gamma_SDV_2_air_296)/(gamma_SDV_0_air_296), self- speed dependence of width (gamma_SDV_2_self_296)/(gamma_SDV_0_self_296), air- first-orderline mixing (Y_SDV_air_296), self- first-order line mixing (Y_SDV_self_296), temperature dependence of air- speed dependence of width (n_gamma_SDV_2_air_296), and temperature dependence of air- first-orderline mixing (n_Y_SDV_air_296), respectively.## Data for: Revised and extended benchmark results for Rayleigh scattering of sunlight in spherical atmospheres

13 files (2020)Sergey Korkin, Alexei Lyapustin and 7 more

Tables from the paper in Excel## Data for: Complex Refractive Indices Measurements of Polymers in Infrared Bands

7 files (2020)JUN QIU, Linhua Liu and 3 more

Polymers are widely used in many fields such as radiative cooling, infrared stealth, optical fibers and solar cells. In this work, the complex refractive indices of seven polymers such as polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), polycarbonate (PC), polystyrene (PS), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), and polyetherimide (PEI) are measured by spectroscopic ellipsometry (SE) combined with the ray tracing method (RTM) from near-infrared to mid-infrared bands (2-20 micro). The measured results of PDMS have been proved to be accurate by comparing them with previous data in the literature. The obtained refractive indices of polymers in this paper have been compared with the results calculated by the Kramers-Kronig relations. Finally, we analyze the reasons of absorption peaks of these materials in infrared bands by the vibration of chemical bonds in molecules.## Data for: Complex Refractive Indices Measurements of Polymers in Infrared Bands

7 files (2020)JUN QIU, Linhua Liu and 3 more

The complex refractive index as shown in Fig.2 - 8 can be seen in Data File 1 - 7.## Data for: Microwave Spectroscopy of Planar and Quasi-planar Organic Molecules: Indole and 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroquinoline

1 file (2020)Radim Nesvadba, Karel Vávra and 4 more

Sets of rotational transition frequencies and determined molecular parameters of indole and 1,2,3,4-tetrahydroquinoline. The data were fitted and analyzed using the PGOPHER software.## Data for: Kr I spectra in the 5–14 µm range

5 files (2020)Svatopluk Civiš, Martin Ferus and 6 more

input and output files for LOPT and POLAR programs Kr1-out-lin.txt : LOPT Output line list Kr1_lin_Civis.txt : LOPT Input line list Kr1-out-lev.txt : LOPT Output level list input_polar.pol.txt output_polar.out.txt## Data for: Measurements and modeling of CO 4th positive (A - X) radiation

17 files (2020)Sean McGuire, Pierre Mariotto and 3 more

TABULATED SPECTROSCOPIC DATA FOR CO(4+) The file ‘CO_Kirby_Table.xlsx’ contains tabulated spectroscopic data calculated from the ETMF of Kirby and Cooper (Ref. 20 in the article). Certain cells do not contain a value - these values were omitted because they correspond to values where the r-centroid for the band is outside of the valid range of the Re(r) curve published by Kirby and Cooper. ——— TEMPERATURE FILES All temperature files begin with ‘Temp’. ‘TempMax.dat’ : Maximum temperature bound given 3 atomic temperature profiles. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = temperature (K) ‘TempMin.dat’ : Minimum temperature bound given 3 atomic temperature profiles. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = temperature (K) ‘TempProf_Ar.dat’ : Measured temperature profile from the Ar 764 nm line. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = nominal temperature (K), Column 3 = uncertainty in temperature (K) ‘TempProf_C.dat’ : Measured temperature profile from the C 833 nm line. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = nominal temperature (K), Column 3 = uncertainty in temperature (K) ‘TempProf_O.dat’ : Measured temperature profile from the O 777 nm line. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = nominal temperature (K), Column 3 = uncertainty in temperature (K) NOTE: For atomic temperature profiles from files ‘TempProf_Ar.dat’, ‘TempProf_C.dat’ and ‘TempProf_O.dat’, the 3rd column represents the uncertainty. The temperature is T +/- the quoted uncertainty on column 3. ——— SPECTRUM FILES For all of the spectrum files (all files beginning with ‘spec’), the first column is wavelength (nm) and the second column is the intensity (mW/cm^2/nm/sr). To obtain the complete spectrum from 140 to 250 nm, it suffices to read and plot each of the spectral files on the same graph. NOTE: ‘spec195’ is divided into 3 files. This was simply because the Carbon line was saturated at the integration times optimal for looking at the CO molecular features. The ‘LoIT’ file corresponds to the low integration time optimal for the carbon atomic feature. The other files ‘blue’ and ‘red’ were obtained with the integration appropriate for the CO molecular features. For the ‘spec255’ files, the same reasoning applies to the ‘spec255Exp.dat’ and ‘spec255ExpLoIT.dat’ files.## Data for: Fourier transform CO spectra near 1.19 μm

0Valery Perevalov, Ekaterina Karlovets and 4 more

## Data for: Dual-beam interferometric particle imaging for size and shape characterization of irregular coal micro-particle: validation with digital inline holography

1 file (2019)Yingchun Wu, Justin Jacquot and 5 more

The 2D-Fourier transform of DIPI interferograms and the 2D-autocorrelation of the corresponding DIH reconstructed in-focus images are in good agreement in shape and size.## Data for: A Biased Sampling Approach to Accelerate Backward Monte Carlo Atmospheric Radiative Transfer Simulations and its Application to Arctic Heterogeneous Cloud and Surface Conditions

0Bin Sun, Evelyn Jäkel, Michael Schäfer, Manfred Wendisch

## Data for: The N$_2$ Second Positive ($C^{3}\Pi_{u} \rightarrow B^{3}\Pi_{g}$) system reviewed: improved data and analysis

0Carlos Eduardo Fellows, Laiz Ventura

## Data for: Extinction, scattering and absorption of electromagnetic waves in the coupled-dipole approximation

27 files (2019)Vadim Markel

Data for Figs.3-6: the ratio a/lambda_0, gamma/lambda_0 as encoded in the file names. The terms corr=0 means no corrections, corr=1, radiative correction only, corr=2 - nonradiative correction only, corr=3 - both corrections used. Columns: omega/omega_0, Qe, Qs, Qa. Data for Fig.7: same as above but a=5 means "a=5nm" and a=10 means "a=10nm"; the ratio gamma/omega_p=0.002 is fixed. The bfirst column is omega/omega_p. Data for Fig.9. Cubic lattice (qa_met_c) and distorted BCC lattice (qa_met_bcc). The columns are: (1) - L (size of the square in terms of the lattice step); (2) - sigma_e/sigma_g; (3) - sigma_a/sigma_g; (4) - sigma_s/sigma_g. Here sigma_g is the geometrical cross section, sigma_e is the extinction cross section, sigma_s is the scattering cross section and sigma_a is the absorption cross section. Only the first two columns (sigma_e/sigma_g vs L) are shown in Fig.3. Not all data are displayed in the plots.## Data for: Sensitivity of snowfall radar reflectivity to maximum snowflake size and implications for snowfall retrievals

1 file (2019)Mathias Gergely

Data for: Sensitivity of snowfall radar reflectivity to maximum snowflake size and implications for snowfall retrievals. .zip folder includes additional figures to the main article and sensitivities~$\Delta \mathrm{dB}Z_{e} / \Delta D_{\mathrm{max}}$ of modeled snowfall radar reflectivity factors~dB$Z_{e}$ to the cutoff size~$D_{\mathrm{max}}$ of the snowflake size distribution~(SSD) are attached, calculated according to Section~2 in the main article. Each .txt file refers to one of the five analyzed snowflake representations, one of the four analyzed radar frequency bands, and one of the three analyzed SSD shape parameters~$\mu$, as indicated in the filename, and contains values of $\Delta \mathrm{dB}Z_{e} / \Delta D_{\mathrm{max}}$ in units of dB~mm$^{-1}$, calculated at all 48 analyzed SSD slope parameters of $\Lambda=0.3,\,0.4,\ldots,\,4.9,\,5.0$~mm$^{-1}$ for all 234 successive $D_{\mathrm{max}}$ pairs within $0.1\leq D_{\mathrm{max}}\leq 23.5$~mm in steps of $\Delta D_{\mathrm{max}} = 0.1$~mm. A .py script is also included that allows a basic visualization of the attached sensitivity data.## Data for: Determining complex refractive index of cellulose nanocrystals by combination of Beer-Lambert and immersion matching methods

1 file (2019)Ilpo Niskanen, Göran Thungström and 4 more

Complex refractive index of CNC as a function of wavelength (400 -700 nm) .## Data for: An accurate ab initio electronic structure calculation for interstellar argonium

1 file (2019)Andrey Stolyarov, Dmitri Wiebe, Elena Pazyuk, Vera Terashkevich

The resulting \emph{ab initio} point-wise functions are represented in a table format in the electronic supplemented material together with the molecular constants evaluated for all bound vibrational levels of the $^{36,38,40}$Ar$^{1,2}$H$^+$ isotopologues## Data for: Isotopologue Consistency of Semi-Empirically Computed InfraRed Line Lists and Further Improvement for Rare Isotopologues: CO2 and SO2 Case Studies

6 files (2019)Xinchuan Huang

See the README file and the abstract of paper. All intensities use 100% abundance, i.e. no terrestrial abundances.## Data for: Conformational analysis and global warming potentials of 1,1,1,2,3,3-hexafluoropropane and 1,1,2,2,3-pentafluoropropane from absorption spectroscopy

2 files (2019)Paul Godin, Romina Piunno and 3 more

Absorption Cross-sections of HFC-236ea and HFC-245ca.## Data for: Ad hoc angular discretization of the radiative transfer equation

2 files (2019)yann favennec, Benoit Rousseau and 5 more

geometries considered for test cases 3 and 4## Data for: Quantitative Validation of Ames IR Intensity and New Line Lists for 32/33/34S16O2, 32S18O2 and 16O32S18O

13 files (2019)Xinchuan Huang, Timothy Lee, david schwenke

Three high-resolution IR line sets are reported for 32/33/34S16O2, 32S18O2 and 16O32S18O isotopologues combining the experimental line positions or Effective Hamiltonian (EH) models that experimental spectroscopists published after 2009 and the theoretical IR intensities taken from Ames-296K IR Line lists. The “New Lines Sets” include experimentally measured line positions, the “Expanded Line Sets” are based on rovibrational levels derived from experimental line positions and reliable ground state (GS) EH models; the “Ames + MARVEL” sets utilize the levels reported in a recent MARVEL analysis. Compared to the limited data, 7(2) segments for 32S16O2 (34S16O2), in HITRAN, these line sets have significantly improved coverage up to 4000 cm-1. Some of the missing bands can be traced to the unpublished experimental data. The isotopologue consistency of the intensity data in these line sets will help identify the uncertainties and defects in the experimental dipole models, as shown in the comparison of the 1+2 and 2+3 bands. These line sets are good candidates for the next HITRAN update, if line shape parameters are available. The line sets and latest updates can be downloaded from the Ames Molecular Spectroscopic Database at http://huang.seti.org## Data for: High-temperature infrared absorption cross-sections to facilitate the study of hydrocarbon pyrolysis

14 files (2019)Nicolas Pinkowski, Thomas Parise and 5 more

The database of high-temperature absorption cross-section to accompany.## Data for: High-temperature infrared absorption cross-sections to facilitate the study of hydrocarbon pyrolysis

14 files (2019)Nicolas Pinkowski, Thomas Parise and 5 more

A collection of high-temperature absorption cross-sections for hydrocarbon in the mid-infrared.