ANU databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/ANU

DESCRIPTION: Data compilation from the Australian National University

CONTACT: Stephen Buckman, stephen.buckman@@anu.edu.au

DIFFERENTIAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Biagi (Magboltz versions 8.9 and higher)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Biagi

DESCRIPTION: These data were transcribed from S.F. Biagi's FORTRAN code, MagBoltz. At this time, the Biagi database contains cross sections for rare gases, for a few simple molécules, and for SF6. The transcription of cross sections for other gases is in progress. These data are intended to be used in a Monte Carlo or multi-term Boltzmann code, but their use in a 2-term Boltzmann solver gives reasonably accurate results. The the LXCat data tables do not always have the same energy resolution as the original data in the MagBoltz code. This limited energy resolution can introduce small (1%) differences in the calculated drift velocity at low E/N. For history and detailed notes, see http://consult.cern.ch/writeup/magboltz/ Oct 2011 : update of Ar and Kr data taken from MagBoltz version 8.97 Nov 2011 : small changes in Xe ionization cross sections, taken from MagBoltz v8.97 March 2015: cross sections for SF6 were transcribed from Magboltz version 10.6 from February 2014.

CONTACT: COPYRIGHT 2010 STEPHEN FRANCIS BIAGI.

HOW TO REFERENCE: Fortran program, MAGBOLTZ, S.F. Biagi, versions 8.9 and after

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar [46], D2 [15], H2 [105], He [51], Kr [53], N2 [46], Ne [47], O2 [15], SF6 [50], Xe [52]

Updates: 2010-11-10 … 2016-10-04

Downloads: 17265 times from 2010-11-25

Biagi-v7.1 (Magboltz version 7.1)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Biagi-v7.1

DESCRIPTION: For the moment, this data base contains cross sections for the rare gases. The excitation cross sections are grouped into a few effective excitation levels. For more detailed cross sections with multiple levels, see Biagi 8.9. These cross sections were compiled for use in a Monte Carlo (or multi-term Boltzmann) code. For history and detailed notes, see http://consult.cern.ch/writeup/magboltz/

CONTACT: COPYRIGHT 2004 STEPHEN FRANCIS BIAGI

HOW TO REFERENCE: Cross sections extracted from PROGRAM MAGBOLTZ, VERSION 7.1 JUNE 2004

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar [5], He [4], Kr [6], Ne [11], Xe [6]

Updates: 2010-11-13 … 2013-04-19

Downloads: 4733 times from 2013-08-18

Bordage databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Bordage

DESCRIPTION: All the cross sections were derived by using a multiterm solution of the Boltzmann equation in the approximation of the hydrodynamic regime. (see for exemple Ségur P., Yousfi M., Kadri M. and Bordage M.C., "A survey of the numerical methods currently in use to describe the motion of an electron swarm in a weakly ionised gas", Transport Theory and Statistical. Physics, Vol-15, Issue-6&7, pp-705-757, 1986. And Ségur P. and Bordage M.C., "Recent advances in the solution of the Boltzmann equation for the motion of electrons in a weakly ionized gas", Invited paper, XIX ICPIG, Belgrade, 86-107, 1989.)

CONTACT: Marie-Claude Bordage,
Laplace Laboratory Toulouse, France.
Email: marie-claude.bordage@@laplace.univ-tlse.fr

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + CF4 [7], CHF3 [8], Si(CH3)4 [6]

Updates: 2009-12-15 … 2015-05-11

Downloads: 926 times from 2010-11-12

BSR (Quantum-mechanical calculations by O. Zatsarinny and K. Bartschat)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/BSR

DESCRIPTION: The results in this database are from a semirelativistic Breit-Pauli B-spline R-matrix (close coupling) treatment of e-Ar collisions. An individually optimized, term-dependent set of non-orthogonal valence orbitals was used to account for the strong term dependence in the one-electron orbitals. The predictions have been validated against a number of benchmark experimental data measured in crossed-beam setups. Particularly good agreement was achieved in the near-threshold resonance regime, where the excitation process is dominated by negative-ion resonances.

CONTACT: O. Zatsarinny and K. Bartschat
Drake University
Des Moines, Iowa 50311, USA
e-mails: oleg_zoi@@yahoo.com and klaus.bartschat@@drake.edu

HOW TO REFERENCE: O. Zatsarinny and K. Bartschat 2004 J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 37 4693 and
M. Allan, O. Zatsarinny, and K. Bartschat 2006 Phys. Rev. A 74 030701 (R).

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar {30} , Be {19} , C {63} , F {8} , Kr [70], N {27} , Ne [34], Xe [76]

Updates: 2011-06-28 … 2017-09-09

Downloads: 4323 times from 2010-11-21

DIFFERENTIAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar [62]

Updates: 2013-11-06 … 2016-05-29

Downloads: 1151 times from 2013-11-07

CCC databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/CCC

DESCRIPTION: The convergent close-coupling method (CCC) is a non-relativistic formulation of the close coupling equations that solves for the scattering T-matrix in momentum space. The CCC database contains angle-integrated cross sections of electron scattering from atomic hydrogen H [1] and helium He [2] atoms and the molecular hydrogen ion H2+ [3]. For H and He the full set of cross sections (elastic, momentum-transfer, excitation, and ionization cross sections) are available for scattering from the ground state. The angle-differential cross sections and cross sections for scattering from excited states are available on request from the authors. For H2+ the CCC data base provides results from adiabatic-nuclei close-coupling calculations of hot (vibrationally excited) H2+. Collision data of H2+ and its isotopologues was obtained for scattering from each vibrational state of the electronic ground state and for the distribution of vibrational levels weighted according to the Frank-Condon (FC) factors. In the near future the CCC database will add comprehensive collision data of electron scattering from molecular hydrogen H2. Presently the database contains total cross section and cross sections for elastic scattering and ionization in the energy range from 0.1 to 300 eV and differential cross sections at 17.5 eV for the first seven states of H2 [4].

CONTACT: Igor Bray and Dmitry V Fursa

HOW TO REFERENCE: 1. "Convergent close-coupling calculations of electron-hydrogen scattering" Igor Bray and Andris T. Stelbovics, Phys Rev A, 46, 6995-7011 (1992) 2. “Calculation of electron-helium scattering” Dmitry V. Fursa and Igor Bray, Phys. Rev. A 52, 1279-1297 (1995). 3. “Electron scattering from the molecular hydrogen ion and its isotopologues” Mark C. Zammit, Dmitry V. Fursa, and Igor Bray, Phys. Rev. A 90, 022711 (2014). 4. “Complete Solution of Electronic Excitation and Ionization in Electron-Hydrogen Molecule Scattering” Mark C. Zammit, Jeremy S. Savage, Dmitry V. Fursa, and Igor Bray, accepted: Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 233201 (2016)

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Species: e + D2 [1], DT [1], H {10} , H2 [25], HD [1], He(s1S) [20], HT [1], T2 [1], D2+ {15} , DT+ {16} , H2+ {11} , HD+ {12} , HT+ {13} , T2+ {19}

Updates: 2011-06-09 … 2018-03-26

Downloads: 1887 times from 2011-11-04

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Species: e + H2 [7]

Updates: 2016-06-15 … 2016-06-15

Downloads: 72 times from 2016-06-15

CDAP (Combined Diagnostics in Afterglow Plasma)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/CDAP

DESCRIPTION: State-to-state electron-impact excitation rate coefficients between argon 1s, 2p, and 3p states (Paschen’s notation) are measured by the CDAP method. It combines diagnostics for electron temperature, electron density, and excited species densities and kinetic modelling of excited species in afterglow plasma, from which the excitation rate coefficients can be determined. A fitted mathematical expression of rate coefficients is obtained for the electron temperature range of 0.5–5 eV for the collisional-radiative modelling of low-temperature plasma.

CONTACT: Xi-Ming Zhu (simon.ximing.zhu@outlook.com) Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin 150080, China
Zhi-Wen Cheng (jeawincheng@gmail.com) Nanjing Institute of Electronic Technology, Nanjing 210012, China
Yi-Kang Pu (puyikang@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn) Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

HOW TO REFERENCE: X.-M. Zhu, Z.-W. Cheng, E. Carbone, Y.-K. Pu, and U. Czarnetzki 2016 Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 25 043003.

SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar {4}

Updates: 2017-08-13 … 2017-08-13

Downloads: 18 times from 2017-08-13

Christophorou databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Christophorou

DESCRIPTION: A compilation of molecular data assembled and evaluated by Loucas G. Christophorou and collaborators.

CONTACT: These data were imported into LXCat by Sergey Pancheshnyi, ABB Switzerland Ltd., 2015-2016.

HOW TO REFERENCE: Please refer to these data using the sources cited for each gas.

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Species: e + CF3I [9], SF [1], SF2 [1], SF3 [1], SF4 [1], SF5 [1], SF6 [14]

Updates: 2015-09-29 … 2017-08-28

Downloads: 357 times from 2015-09-29

DIFFERENTIAL SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + CF3I [8], SF6 [21]

Updates: 2015-09-29 … 2016-01-29

Downloads: 65 times from 2015-09-29

SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + SF6 [9]

Updates: 2015-09-29 … 2015-09-29

Downloads: 145 times from 2015-09-29

COP (Complex Optical Potential)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/COP

DESCRIPTION: The Complex Optical Potential (COP) data includes cross sections for total elastic, momentum transfer and viscosity cross sections for elastic scattering of electrons from the heavy noble gases from threshold at zero energy to 1 keV. This method allows for the loss of flux from the incident channel into the excitation and ionization channels when these inelastic processes are energetically possible. The publications which include these results also contain analytic fits to the data over the whole energy range. These calculations were carried out by R. P. McEachran, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia and A. D. Stauffer, York University, Toronto, Canada.

CONTACT: Please contact A. D. Stauffer (stauffer@yorku.ca) for further information.

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar [3], Kr [3], Xe [3]

Updates: 2016-03-16 … 2016-03-16

Downloads: 370 times from 2016-03-16

Dutton databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Dutton

DESCRIPTION: This is an experimental database which includes, at present, data for rare gases from J. Dutton, “Survey of Electron Swarm Data”, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 4, 577, 1975. This publication also includes data for molecular gases, and their transcription into this database is in progress. These data were imported into LXCat by Sanchita Chowdhury, LAPLACE, Toulouse, France, 2010-2011.

HOW TO REFERENCE: Jack Dutton, “Survey of Electron Swarm Data”, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 4, 577, 1975

SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Air [10], Ar [17], CO [9], CO2 [20], H2 [33], He [13], Kr [4], N2 [36], Ne [8], O2 [27], Xe [4]

Updates: 2011-10-20 … 2014-03-18

Downloads: 2923 times from 2013-08-18

ETHZ (ETH Zurich, High Voltage Laboratory)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/ETHZ

DESCRIPTION: This is a database of electron swarm parameters derived using a pulsed Townsend experiment at the High Voltage Laboratory of ETH Zurich, Switzerland. The obtained swarm parameters are the effective ionization rate coefficient, the electron mobility and the longitudinal electron diffusion coefficient. This database contains already or it is planned to add the swarm data of: - N2, O2, CO2 and Ar and mixtures of those gases. - several fluorinated organic gases and mixtures of those with N2, CO2 and Ar. Measurements are still ongoing. The description of the experimental setup can be found in: Dahl D A, Teich T A, Franck C M 2012 Obtaining precise electron swarm parameters from a pulsed Townsend setup, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 45 485201. The description of the swarm model and the method to obtain the swarm parameters from the measured current can be found in the appendix of: Chachereau A, Rabie M, Franck C M 2016 Electron swarm parameters of the hydrofluoroolefine HFO1234ze, Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 25 045005.

CONTACT: A. Chachereau (alisec@@ ethz.ch), C. M. Franck (cfranck@@ethz.ch), P. Haefliger (hapascal@@ethz.ch), A. Hoesl (ahoesl@@ ethz.ch)

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FLINDERS databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/FLINDERS

CONTACT: Laurence Campbell, Flinders University

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + CO2 [8], N2 [48], NO [12], O2 [10]

Updates: 2013-11-29 … 2014-12-23

Downloads: 1430 times from 2013-11-28

Hayashi databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Hayashi

DESCRIPTION: These data (except for Ar) were digitized from the curves in Hayashi's article in the book "Swarm Studies and Inelastic Electron-Molecule collisions", eds. LC Pitchford, BV McKoy, A Chutjian and S Trajmar, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1987. Hayashi's collection of references for each gas is given below.

CONTACT: leanne.pitchford@@laplace.univ-tlse.fr

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Species: e + Ar [27], C2H2 [8], C2H4 [7], C2H6 [7], CCl2F2 [6], CCl4 [8], CF4 [7], CH4 [6], CO2 [10], H2O [8], HCl [6], N2O [9], NH3 [8], NO [10], Si2H6 [7], SiH4 [7], SO2 [6], Xe [16]

Updates: 2010-05-07 … 2015-01-21

Downloads: 11093 times from 2010-11-14

Heidelberg databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Heidelberg

DESCRIPTION: This is a database of electron transport parameters measured at the University Heidelberg in the years 1978 to 1996. Different electron swarm experiments were setup by Bernhard Schmidt and co-workers which allowed to measure electron transport parameters in pure electric and perpendicular crossed electric and magnetic fields. This database contains only those data for B=0. Additional swarm data for non-zero B fields will be made available in tabular and graphical form in the NOTES section of LXCat when resources become available.

CONTACT: Malte Hildebrandt, malte.hildebrandt@psi.ch

SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar:C2H6O [1], C2H6 [2], C2H6O [1], C4H10:Ar [3], C4H10:He [3], CH4 [5], CO2 [3], CO2:Ar [3], CO2:Ne [3], D2 [2], H2 [5], H2:Ar [1], H2:Kr [1], H2:Xe [1], N2 [3], N2:Ar [3]

Updates: 2017-05-05 … 2018-03-30

Downloads: 167 times from 2017-05-04

IST-Lisbon databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/IST-Lisbon

DESCRIPTION: IST-Lisbon database contains up-to-date electron-neutral scattering cross sections (together with the measured swarm parameters used to validate these data), resulting from the research effort of the Group N-Plasmas Reactive: Modelling and Engineering (N-PRiME) with IPFN/IST (Instituto de Plasmas e Fusao Nuclear / Instituto Superior Tecnico), Lisbon, Portugal. The data, compiled from the literature, correspond to contributions from different authors (see detailed references in the database). For each gas the database presents a COMPLETE SET of cross sections, validated against measured swarm parameters by solving the two-term homogeneous electron Boltzmann equation. In most cases, predictions are in agreement with measurements within 1-20%, for reduced electric fields E/N ~ 1e-4 - 500 Td. To improve predictions at low E/N, some sets need to be completed with rotational cross sections, also available in the database.

CONTACT: LL Alves and V Guerra
e-mail: llalves@@tecnico.ulisboa.pt

HOW TO REFERENCE: L.L. Alves, ''The IST-Lisbon database on LXCat'' J. Phys. Conf. Series 2014, 565, 1

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SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar [18], CH4 [16], H2 [7], He [21], N2 [11]

Updates: 2012-03-25 … 2017-11-17

Downloads: 1244 times from 2013-08-18

Itikawa databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Itikawa

DESCRIPTION: A set of recommended cross section data (angle integrated) for electron collisions with H2, N2, O2, CO, H2O, and CO2. The data are taken from the tables in the references listed for each species. The recommendations are based on available experimental data. In that sense, the present sets of cross sections are not complete. Uncertainty estimates are given in the references.

CONTACT: Yukikazu Itikawa

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Species: e + CO [18], CO2 [16], H2 [17], H2O [28], N2 [22], NO [17], O2 [21]

Updates: 2012-03-22 … 2016-09-16

Downloads: 7624 times from 2012-05-30

LAPLACE (measurements after 1975)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/LAPLACE

DESCRIPTION: These data were extracted from articles published after the 1975 or not appearing in the review article by Dutton (and the associated “Dutton” database). The data in this database were digitized by S Chowdhury (LAPLACE, Toulouse) from figures in the publications or from data tables if tables were provided in the publications.

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Morgan (Kinema Research & Software)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Morgan

DESCRIPTION: Assembled over the course of 30 years WL Morgan and suitable for use with 2-term Boltzmann solvers.

CONTACT: W. Lowell Morgan, Kinema Research & Software

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NGFSRDW databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/NGFSRDW

DESCRIPTION: A set of excitation cross section to individual fine-structure levels of the noble gases.

CONTACT: Al Stauffer, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, York University, Toronto, Canada.
stauffer@@yorku.ca

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Phelps databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Phelps

DESCRIPTION: A compilation of atomic and molecular data, assembled and evaluated by A.V. Phelps and collaborators. Please refer to these data using the sources cited for each gas. We make no claims for these cross sections beyond those stated in the papers where they are published or cited. In most cases these cross sections were assembled in the 1970's and 1980's. In only a few cases have they been modified or tested since that time. I do not plan any updates. Additions have been made when cross sections have been assembled for other purposes. Since the JILA information center was closed by NIST, there is no one there to help you. Opinions expressed are those of AV Phelps and do not imply JILA, CU, or NIST approval.

CONTACT: A.V. Phelps, Fellow Adjoint of JILA
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0440
e-mail: avp@@jila.colorado.edu

HOW TO REFERENCE: http://jilawww.colorado.edu/~avp/

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: Ar+ + Ar [2]; e + Ar [3], CO [18], CO2 [13], H2 [17], H2O [10], He [3], Mg [4], N2 [27], Na [7], Ne [8], NO [10], O2 [18], SF6 [9]; He+ + He [2]; Xe+ + Ne [1], Xe [2]

Updates: 2009-09-19 … 2016-03-25

Downloads: 24271 times from 2010-11-04

SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: Ar+ + Ar [4]; He+ + He [2]; N2+ + N2 [2]; Ne+ + Ne [2]; N+ + N2 [2]

Updates: 2010-09-13 … 2012-04-17

Downloads: 1315 times from 2013-08-30

Puech databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Puech

DESCRIPTION: Cross section sets assembled by V Puech and colleagues in late 1980's and 1990's. Ne : updated and corrected on Dec 11 2012

CONTACT: Vincent Puech, LPGP, Orsay, France

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar [42], C2H4 [8], C3H6 [6], Ne [26], Xe [15]

Updates: 2011-07-22 … 2018-02-20

Downloads: 2272 times from 2012-09-05

QUANTEMOL databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/QUANTEMOL

DESCRIPTION: Data calculated and published by Quantemol Ltd. and associated researchers using Quantemol-N software/expert system. Quantemol Ltd is based in University College London initiated by Professor Jonathan Tennyson FRS and Dr. Daniel Brown in 2004. The company initially developed a unique software tool that brings full accessibility to the highly sophisticated UK molecular R-matrix code, which is used to model electron polyatomic molecule interactions. What makes the software unique is that it requires no expertise in quantum scattering theory, and very accurate calculations can be performed on a simple desktop machine or laptop. Since then Quantemol has widened to further types of simulations with plasmas and industrial plasma tools.

HOW TO REFERENCE: http://quantemol.com

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SIGLO databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/SIGLO

DESCRIPTION: The SIGLO database is the "in-house" data used by the group GREPHE at LAPLACE in Toulouse. The data are taken from different sources as indicated for each gas. Please refer to original sources in publications. An early version of this data file, "siglo.sec", was distributed with BOLSIG. The main changes in the present version are :
The format has been changed to be compatible with BOLSIG+.
Scale factors have been incorporated in the data and no longer appear explicitly.
We have removed the CF4 cross section data because of their limited precision (probably due to digitization errors). For the moment our recommendation is to use the dataset in the Morgan database.
He : The present data are from the compilation of A.V. Phelps (see reference in the Phelps data base).
O2 : We recommend using the data in the Phelps database for this species.
H2 : We recommend using the data in the Phelps database for this species.
Cl2 : The present data are an updated compilation (Jan 2012) by J Gregorio and LC Pitchford.
Cu : Feb 2012. Digitized from Tkachev A N, Fedenev A A and Yakovlenko S I, Laser Phys. vol.17, p. 775 (2007)
Kr : Nov 2012. We re-digitized the data from figs. 1 and 5 in H. Date, Y. Sakai and H. Tagashira, J. Phys. D 22 1478 (1989). With respect to the previous data from this same reference in the SIGLO database, there are some changes in the threshold values and in the magnitudes of the inelastic cross sections.

CONTACT: LC Pitchford and JP Boeuf
pitchford@@laplace.univ-tlse.fr and jpb@@laplace.univ-tlse.fr

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Ar [3], Cl2 [16], CO2 [13], Cu [6], F2 [11], HCl [8], He [3], Hg [6], Kr [7], N2 [25], Ne [8], Ne(3P2) [1], SF6 [9], SiH4 [7], Xe [8], Xe(1s5) [1]

Updates: 2009-09-09 … 2016-11-10

Downloads: 18823 times from 2010-11-03

TRINITI databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/TRINITI

DESCRIPTION: These cross sections retrieved from the EEDF software package for calculations of electron energy distribution function developed by Prof. Napartovich A. P. and Drs. Dyatko N. A., Kochetov I. V., Sukharev A. G. from The State Science Center Troitsk Institute for Innovation and Fusion Research, Russia

CONTACT: Contact person is Dr. Igor Kochetov kochet@@triniti.ru

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UBC databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/UBC

DESCRIPTION: The UBC database consists of Absolute Dipole (Optical) Oscillator Strengths as a function of Photon Energy for 65 neutral atoms and molecules for photoabsorption in the vacuum UV and soft X-ray regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The data were obtained in both the discrete and continuum regions by fast electron scattering using electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) at zero degrees scattering angle. This method, known as Dipole (e,e) Spectroscopy, involves Bethe-Born conversion of the electron scattering intensities and Sum-Rule normalization to give absolute scales. The technique utilizes the virtual photon field created by a fast electron scattered in the forward direction (i.e. at negligible momentum transfer). Under these conditions the electron energy loss is equivalent to the photon energy and the method gives results entirely equivalent to those that could be obtained using continuum light sources such as monochromated synchrotron radiation. It is important to note that our data do not suffer from the linesaturation effects (linewidth-bandwidth interactions) which can cause large errors in optically determined oscillator strengths for discrete transitions with narrow natural linewidths. Our experimental methods, data processing and some corrections to earlier data are presented in the following publications: (1) W.F. Chan, G. Cooper and C.E. Brion, Absolute Oscillator Strengths for the Electronic Excitation of Atoms at High Resolution: Experimental Methods and Measurements for Helium. Phys. Rev. A 44,186-204 (1991). (2) W.F. Chan, G. Cooper, X. Guo, G.R. Burton and C.E. Brion, Absolute Oscillator Strengths for the Electronic Excitation of Atoms at High Resolution. Part III: The Photoabsorption of Argon, Krypton and Xenon. Phys. Rev. A 46, 149-171 (1992); 48, 858-860 (1993). (3) T.N. Olney, N.M. Cann, G. Cooper, and C.E. Brion. Absolute Scale Determination for Photoabsorption Spectra and the Calculation of Molecular Properties using Dipole Sum-Rules. Chem.Physics, 223, 59-98 (1997) and references therein. Both “low” ( typically 1.0 eV fwhm) and “high” ( typically 0.048 eV fwhm) resolution data are tabulated and can be plotted. These data are derived from a series of measurements made by Professor Chris Brion and his group at the University of British Columbia (UBC) between 1991 and 2002. References to their publications for specific neutral species should be included in all publications making use of these data. See the UBC database for specific references. Occasionally, the tabulated values of oscillator strength are negative below and close to threshold for inelastic scattering. This simply reflects the statistical accuracy of the data.

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UNAM databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/UNAM

DESCRIPTION: Electron swarm data derived from a pulsed Townsend experiment at UNAM, México.

CONTACT: J. de Urquijo

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UT (University of Tartu)click to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/UT

DESCRIPTION: A compilation of molecular data determined by Plasma Physics laboratory in University of Tartu

CONTACT: Indrek Jogi, indrek.jogi@ut.ee

SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: e + Air [3], C5F10O [4], C5F10O:Air [9]

Updates: 2018-02-08 … 2018-02-08

Downloads: 27 times from 2018-01-29

Viehland databaseclick to expand or collapse

PERMLINK: www.lxcat.net/Viehland

DESCRIPTION: The data here are from the Gaseous Ion Transport and Rate Coefficient Database, Software Release 4.1 (March, 2006), as extended and updated on a regular basis.

CONTACT: Larry A. Viehland, Viehland@Chatham.edu

HOW TO REFERENCE: L. A. Viehland and C. C. Kirkpatrick, Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion Proc. 149/150 (1995) 555.

SCATTERING CROSS SECTIONSclick to expand or collapse

Species: Ag+(1S0) + Ar [90], He [90], Kr [30], Ne [90], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Ag+(3S1) + Ar [60], He [60], Ne [60]; Ag-(1S0) + Ar [60], He [60], Ne [60]; Al+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Al3+(1S0) + He [30], Ne [30]; Ar+(2P) + He [30], Ne [30]; Ar+(2P1/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; Ar+(2P3/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; Au+(1S0) + Ar [90], He [90], Kr [30], Ne [90], Xe [30]; Au+(3S0) + Ar [60], He [60], Ne [60]; Au-(1S0) + Ar [60], He [60], Ne [60]; Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [60], He [60], Kr [60], Ne [60], Rn [30], Xe [60]; Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [60], He [60], Kr [60], Ne [60], Rn [30], Xe [60]; Be+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Be2+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Br+(3P0) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Br+(3P1) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Br+(3P2) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Br-(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; B+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Ca+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Ca2+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Cd+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Cl-(1S0) + Ar [60], He [60], Kr [60], Ne [60], Rn [60], Xe [60]; Co+(3F4) + He [30], Ne [30]; Co+(5F5) + He [30], Ne [30]; Cr+(6D9/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; Cr+(6S5/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; Cs+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Cu+(1S0) + Ar [90], He [90], Kr [30], Ne [90], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Cu+(3S1) + Ar [60], He [60], Ne [60]; Cu-(1S0) + Ar [60], He [60], Ne [60]; C+(2P) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; C+(2P1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; C+(2P3/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; C+(4P) + He [30]; C+(4P1/2) + He [30]; C+(4P3/2) + He [30]; C+(4P5/2) + He [30]; Eu+(9S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; Fr+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Ga+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; He+(2S1/2) + He [30], Ne [60]; Hg+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; In+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; I+(3P2) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; I-(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Kr+(2P) + He [30], Ne [30]; Kr+(2P1/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; Kr+(2P3/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; K+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Li+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Lu+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; Mg+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Mg2+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Na+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Ne+(2P) + He [30]; Ne+(2P1/2) + He [30]; Ne+(2P3/2) + He [30]; Ni+(2D5/2,2D3/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; Ni+(4F9/2) + He [30], Ne [30]; N+(3P0) + He [30]; O+(4S3/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; O-(2P) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30]; O-(2P1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30]; O-(2P3/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30]; Ra+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Ra2+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Rb+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Rn+(2P) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; Rn+(2P1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; Rn+(2P3/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; Si+(2P) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Si+(2P1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Si+(2P3/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Ne [30]; Sr+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; Sr2+(1S0) + He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]; S-(2P) + He [30]; S-(2P1/2) + He [30]; S-(2P3/2) + He [30]; Tl+(1S0) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; U+(4I9/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; Xe+(2P) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30]; Xe+(2P1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30]; Xe+(2P3/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30]; Yb+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Xe [30]; Zn+(2S1/2) + Ar [30], He [30], Kr [30], Ne [30], Rn [30], Xe [30]

Updates: 2017-07-01 … 2018-05-16

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INTERACTION POTENTIALSclick to expand or collapse

Species: Ag+(1S0) + Ar [3], He [3], Kr [1], Ne [3], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Ag+(3S1) + Ar [2], He [2], Ne [2]; Ag-(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Ne [2]; Al+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Al3+(1S0) + He [1], Ne [1]; Ar+(2P) + He [15], Ne [3]; Au+(1S) + Ar [2], He [2], Ne [2]; Au+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [2], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Au+(3S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Ne [2]; Au-(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Ne [2]; Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [2], He [2], Kr [2], Ne [2], Rn [1], Xe [2]; Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Kr [2], Ne [2], Rn [1], Xe [2]; Be+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [2], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Be2+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Ne [1]; Br+ + Ar [14], He [11], Ne [10]; Br-(1S0) + Ar [5], He [4], Kr [3], Ne [3], Rn [1], Xe [3]; B+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Ca+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Ca2+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Cd+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Cl-(1S0) + Ar [10], He [4], Kr [7], Ne [6], Rn [1], Xe [4]; CO+ + He [5]; Co+(3F4) + He [1], Ne [1]; Co+(5F5) + He [1], Ne [1]; Cr+(6D9/2) + He [1], Ne [1]; Cr+(6S5/2) + He [1], Ne [1]; Cs+(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Kr [3], Ne [2], Rn [1], Xe [3]; Cu+(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Kr [1], Ne [2], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Cu+(3S1) + Ar [2], He [2], Ne [2]; Cu-(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Ne [2]; C+(2P) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [2], Xe [1]; C+(4P) + He [1]; Eu+(9S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Xe [1]; Fr+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; F-(1S0) + Ar [8], He [7], Kr [4], Ne [6], Rn [1], Xe [4]; Ga+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Gd+ + Ar [10], He [10], Kr [10], Ne [10], Xe [10]; He+(2S1/2) + Ar [2], He [5], Ne [2]; Hg+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; H+ + Ar [2], He [2], Kr [2], Ne [9]; H- + He [1]; In+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; I+(3P2) + Ar [1], He [1], Ne [1]; I-(1S0) + Ar [6], He [3], Kr [2], Ne [6], Xe [1]; Kr+(2P) + Ar [3], He [7], Ne [3]; K+(1S0) + Ar [4], He [7], Kr [3], Ne [4], Rn [1], Xe [3]; Li+(1S0) + Ar [2], He [7], Kr [2], Ne [7], Rn [1], Xe [2]; Lu+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Xe [1]; Mg+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Mg2+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [4], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Na+(1S0) + Ar [2], H2 [1], He [4], Kr [2], Ne [2], Rn [1], Xe [2]; Ne+(2P) + He [10]; Ni+(2D5/2,2D3/2) + He [1]; Ni+(4F9/2) + He [1]; O+(4S3/2) + Ar [1], He [9], Ne [3]; O-(2P) + Ar [8], He [7], Kr [3], Ne [5]; Ra+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Rb+(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Kr [2], Ne [2], Rn [1], Xe [2]; Rn+(2P) + Ar [3], He [3], Kr [3], Ne [3], Xe [3]; Si+(2P) + Ar [3], He [3], Ne [3]; Sr+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; Sr2+(1S0) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Rn [1], Xe [1]; S+ + He [2]; S-(2P) + He [5]; Tl+(1S0) + Ar [2], He [2], Kr [2], Ne [2], Xe [2]; U+(4I9/2) + Ar [1], He [2], Kr [1], Ne [1], Xe [1]; Xe+(2P) + Ar [3], He [3], Kr [3], Ne [3]; Yb+ + Ar [2], Ar(1s) [1], He [2], Kr [2], Ne [1], Xe [1]; Zn+(2S1/2) + Ar [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], Xe [1]; Zn2+(1S0) + Ne [1]

Updates: 2010-05-13 … 2018-05-16

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SWARM / TRANSPORT DATAclick to expand or collapse

Species: (CH2)2O+ + He [1]; (SF6)2- + SF6 [1]; (SF6)3- + SF6 [1]; 106Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 107Ag+(3S1) + He [292]; 107Ag- + Ar [244], He [292], Ne [244]; 108Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 109Ag+(3S1) + He [146]; 109Ag- + Ar [244], He [292], Ne [244]; 10B+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 110Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 111Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 112Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 113Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 113In+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 114Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 115In+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 116Cd+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 11B+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 11B+(1S0) + He [1]; 127I+ + Ar [122], He [147], Ne [122]; 127I- + Ar [387], He [291], Kr [240], Ne [242], Xe [120]; 128Xe+ + Ar [288], He [384], Kr [240], Ne [240]; 129Xe+ + Ar [288], He [384], Kr [240], Ne [240]; 12C(2P)+ + Ar [170], He [175], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 12C(2P1/2)+ + Ar [170], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 12C(2P3/2)+ + Ar [170], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 12C(4P)+ + He [174]; 12C(4P1/2)+ + He [170]; 12C(4P3/2)+ + He [170]; 12C(4P5/2)+ + He [170]; 12C+ + Ar [1], CO [2], He [3]; 130Ba+ + Ne [122]; 130Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 130Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 130Xe+ + Ar [288], He [384], Kr [240], Ne [240]; 131Xe+ + Ar [288], He [384], Kr [240], Ne [240]; 132Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 132Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 132Xe(A)2+ + Xe [1]; 132Xe(B)2+ + Xe [1]; 132Xe(P1)+ + Xe [2]; 132Xe(P3)+ + Xe [2]; 132Xe+ + Ar [289], He [386], Kr [242], Ne [241], Xe [2]; 132Xe2+ + He [2]; 133Cs+ + Ar [245], CO [2], CO2 [2], H2 [2], He [364], Kr [245], N2 [2], Ne [245], O2 [2], Rn [122], Xe [245]; 134Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 134Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [146], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 134Xe+ + Ar [288], He [384], Kr [240], Ne [240]; 135Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 135Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 136Ba+ + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 136Ba+(2S1/2) + Ne [122]; 136Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 136Xe+ + Ar [288], He [384], Kr [240], Ne [240]; 137Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [244], He [316], Kr [244], Ne [244], Rn [122], Xe [244]; 137Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [244], He [292], Kr [244], Ne [244], Rn [122], Xe [244]; 138Ba+ + Ar [3], He [2]; 138Ba+(2S1/2) + Ar [388], He [340], Kr [244], Ne [244], Rn [122], Xe [244]; 138Ba2+(1S0) + Ar [244], He [316], Kr [244], Ne [244], Rn [122], Xe [244]; 13C+(2P) + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 13C+(2P1/2) + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 13C+(2P3/2) + Ar [122], He [170], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 13C+(4P) + He [170]; 13C+(4P1/2) + He [170]; 13C+(4P3/2) + He [170]; 13C+(4P5/2) + He [170]; 14N+ + Ar [1], He [3], N2 [4]; 151Eu+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 153Eu+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [120], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 156Gd+ + Ar [1244], He [1168], Kr [976], Ne [976], Xe [976]; 16O(2D)+ + Ne [1]; 16O(4S)+ + He [1], Ne [1]; 16O*+ + Ar [1], He [1]; 16O+ + Ar [122], He [1015], Ne [243]; 16O- + Air [1], CO2 [2], He [196], Ne [120], O2 [4]; 16O2+ + He [1], Ne [1]; 174Yb+ + Ar [244], He [388], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 175Lu+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 18O+ + Ar [120], He [216], Ne [120]; 196Hg+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 197Au+(3S1) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 197Au-(1S0) + Ar [244], He [292], Ne [244]; 197Au+(1S0) + Ar [366], He [438], Kr [122], Ne [488], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 197Au+(3S1) + Ar [122], He [122]; 198Hg+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 199Hg+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 19F+ + He [1]; 19F- + Ar [1011], He [1688], Kr [484], Ne [722], Rn [122], SF6 [2], Xe [484]; 1H+ + Ar [240], H2 [4], He [290], Ne [625]; 1H- + H2 [4], He [145], Ne [120]; 200Hg+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 201Hg+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 202Hg(1S)2+ + He [1]; 202Hg(3D)2+ + He [1]; 202Hg+ + Ar [122], He [147], Kr [122], Ne [123], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 204Hg+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 205Tl+ + Ar [244], He [292], Kr [244], Ne [244], O2 [1], Rn [120], Xe [244]; 20Ne(D1)2+ + Ne [1]; 20Ne(P1)+ + Ne [2]; 20Ne(P3)+ + Ne [2]; 20Ne(P3)2+ + Ne [1]; 20Ne(S1)2+ + Ne [1]; 20Ne+ + Ar [1], He [2221], Ne [7]; 20Ne2+ + He [1]; 222Rn+ + Ar [240], He [240], Kr [240], Ne [240], Xe [240]; 223Fr+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 22Ne+ + He [2066]; 234U+ + Ar [122], He [316], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 235U+ + Ar [122], He [316], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 238U+ + Ar [122], He [392], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 23Na+ + Ar [464], CH4 [2], CO2 [4], D2 [3], H2 [122], He [486], Kr [293], Ne [393], O2 [1], Rn [120], SF6 [1], Xe [268]; 27Al+(1S0) + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Xe [122]; 27Al3+ + He [146], Ne [122]; 28Si+ + He [1]; 28Si+(2P) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 28Si+(2P1/2) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 28Si+(2P3/2) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 29Si+(2P) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 29Si+(2P1/2) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 29Si+(2P3/2) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 2H+ + D2 [4], He [2], Ne [1]; 2H- + D2 [3]; 30Si+(2P) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 30Si+(2P1/2) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 30Si+(2P3/2) + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 32S+ + He [318]; 32S- + He [25]; 35Cl+ + He [1]; 35Cl- + Air [1], Ar [1279], He [1162], Kr [752], N2 [2], Ne [847], Rn [244], Xe [487]; 36Ar+(2P) + He [290], Ne [146]; 36Ar+(2P1/2) + He [290], Ne [146]; 36Ar+(2P3/2) + He [290], Ne [146]; 37Cl- + Ar [292], He [436], Kr [244], Ne [244], Rn [244], Xe [244]; 38Ar+(2P) + He [290], Ne [146]; 38Ar+(2P1/2) + He [290], Ne [146]; 38Ar+(2P3/2) + He [290], Ne [146]; 39K+ + Ar [389], CH4 [1], CO [4], CO2 [2], D2 [1], H2 [3], He [1163], Kr [291], N2 [3], Ne [386], NO [2], O2 [4], Rn [120], Xe [266]; 3He+ + Ar [122], Ne [290]; 40Ar(D1)2+ + Ar [1]; 40Ar(P3)2+ + Ar [1]; 40Ar+ + Ar [6], He [9], Ne [1]; 40Ar+(2P) + He [724], Ne [146]; 40Ar+(2P1/2) + He [290], Ne [146]; 40Ar+(2P3/2) + He [700], Ne [146]; 40Ar2+ + Ar [3], He [1]; 40Ca+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 40Ca2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 40K+ + He [386]; 41K+ + He [386]; 42Ca+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 42Ca2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 43Ca+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 43Ca2+ + Ar [122], He [144], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 44Ca+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 44Ca2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 46Ca+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 46Ca2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 48Ca+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 48Ca2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 4He+ + Ar [122], He [420], Ne [364]; 4He2+ + He [1]; 50Co+(6S5/2) + He [146]; 50Co+(6S9/2) + He [292]; 50Cr+(6D9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 50Cr+(6S5/2) + He [292], Ne [122]; 52Cr+(6D9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 52Cr+(6S5/2) + He [292], Ne [122]; 53Cr+(6D9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 53Cr+(6S5/2) + He [292], Ne [122]; 54Cr+(6D9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 54Cr+(6S5/2) + He [292], Ne [122]; 58Ni+(2D5/2,2D3/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 58Ni+(4F9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 59Co+(3F4) + He [146], Ne [122]; 59Co+(5F5) + He [146], Ne [122]; 60Ni+(2D5/2,2D3/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 60Ni+(4F9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 61Ni+(2D5/2,2D3/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 61Ni+(4F9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 62Ni+(2D5/2,2D3/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 62Ni+(4F9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 63Cu+ + Ar [488], He [438], Kr [122], Ne [366], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 63Cu+* + Ar [244], He [268], Ne [244]; 63Cu- + Ar [244], He [292], Ne [244]; 63+* + He [122]; 64Ni+(2D5/2,2D3/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 64Ni+(4F9/2) + He [146], Ne [122]; 64Zn+ + Ar [120], He [144], Kr [120], Ne [120], Rn [120], Xe [120]; 64Zn2+ + Ne [120]; 65Cu+ + Ar [366], He [438], Kr [122], Ne [366], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 65Cu+* + Ar [244], He [268], Ne [244]; 65Cu- + Ar [244], He [292], Ne [244]; 66Zn+ + Ar [120], He [144], Kr [120], Ne [120], Rn [120], Xe [120]; 66Zn2+ + Ne [120]; 67Zn+ + Ar [120], He [144], Kr [120], Ne [120], Rn [120], Xe [120]; 67Zn2+ + Ne [120]; 68Zn+ + Ar [120], He [144], Kr [120], Ne [120], Rn [120], Xe [120]; 68Zn2+ + Ne [120]; 69Ga+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 70Zn+ + Ar [120], He [144], Kr [120], Ne [120], Rn [120], Xe [120]; 70Zn2+ + Ne [120]; 71Ga+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 79Br(3P0)+ + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 79Br(3P1)+ + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 79Br(3P2)+ + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 79Br+ + Ar [1]; 79Br- + Ar [992], He [820], Kr [606], Ne [485], Rn [242], Xe [606]; 7Li+ + Ar [539], C2H6(CH3)COH [1], CH4 [2], CO [2], CO2 [2], D2 [1], H2 [4], HBr [1], HCl [1], He [931], HI [1], Kr [291], N2 [5], Ne [874], O2 [3], Rn [120], Xe [291]; 81Br(3P0)+ + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 81Br(3P1)+ + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 81Br(3P2)+ + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; 81Br- + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 84Kr(2P1/2)+ + Kr [1]; 84Kr(2P3/2)+ + Kr [1]; 84Kr(2P3/2)2+ + Kr [1]; 84Kr(A)2+ + Kr [1]; 84Kr(B)2+ + Kr [1]; 84Kr+(2P) + Ar [2], He [5], N2 [1]; 84Kr2+ + He [2], Kr [1]; 84Sr+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 84Sr2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 85Rb+ + Ar [268], CO2 [5], H2 [4], He [341], Kr [269], N2 [5], Ne [269], O2 [4], Rn [96], Xe [270]; 86Sr+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 86Sr2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 87Sr+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 87Sr2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 88Sr+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 88Sr2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 9Be+ + Ar [122], He [146], Kr [122], Ne [122], Rn [122], Xe [122]; 9Be2+ + Ar [122], He [146], Ne [122]; Ar2+ + Ar [2]; ArH+ + He [1]; Ar+(2P) + Ar [1], He [1]; C10H8+ + He [1]; C2H2- + He [1]; C2H3N+ + He [1]; C2H5+ + CH4 [2]; C2N2+ + He [1]; C2N+ + He [1]; C2O2+ + CO [3]; C2O4+ + CO2 [1]; C3H5+ + CH4 [2]; C3H7+ + D2 [1]; C6H6+ + He [1]; C6H7+ + He [1]; CF3+ + CF4 [1]; CH2CHOH+ + He [1]; CH2+ + He [4]; CH3CHOH+ + He [1]; CH3O2+ + He [1]; CH3OCH2+ + He [1]; CH3+ + Ar [2], He [4]; CH4+ + He [2]; CH5+ + CH4 [2], He [1]; CHF2+ + CHF3 [1]; CH+ + He [4]; CN+ + He [1]; CO*+ + He [1]; CO+ + He [1158]; CO2+ + Ar [1], CO2 [1], He [3], N2 [2], Ne [1]; CO3- + Ar [1], CO2 [2], He [1], O2 [2]; CO4- + O2 [2]; COH+ + Ar [1], He [1]; CO+ + Ar [1], CO [5], He [199], Ne [1]; C+(2P) + He [1]; D3+ + D2 [4]; H2CN+ + He [1]; H2O+ + Ar [1], He [1], Ne [1]; H2+ + He [1]; H3O+ + Ar [1], CH4 [1], He [1], N2 [1]; H3+ + H2 [5], He [1]; H5O2+ + He [1], N2 [1]; H7O3+ + He [1], N2 [1]; HCN+ + He [2]; He2+ + He [2]; HeH+ + He [1]; He+(2S1/2) + He [1]; Kr2+ + Kr [2]; LiCH4+ + D2 [1]; LiCO2+ + CO2 [1]; LiCO+ + CO [1]; LiN2+ + N2 [1]; N2Ar+ + He [1]; N2H+ + Ar [1], He [1], N2 [2]; N2O2+ + NO [1]; N2OH+ + Ar [1], He [1]; N2O+ + Ar [2], He [2], N2 [1], Ne [1]; N2+ + Ar [1], He [3], Kr [1], N2 [9], Ne [1]; N3+ + N2 [2]; N4+ + He [1], N2 [3]; Ne2+ + Ne [3]; Ne+(2P) + Ar [1], He [1], Ne [1]; NH2+ + He [1]; NH3+ + He [1]; NH4+ + He [1]; NO2+ + Air [1], Ar [1], He [1], N2 [1]; NO2- + Air [1], He [1], N2 [1]; NO3- + N2 [1]; NOH2O+ + He [1]; NO+ + Air [1], CO2 [1], He [3], NO [2]; O2*+ + Ne [1]; O2H2+ + He [1]; O2H+ + He [1]; O2+ + Air [1], Ar [1], CO2 [1], He [1], Kr [1], Ne [1], O2 [10]; O2- + Air [1], He [3], O2 [4]; O22+ + Ar [1]; O3- + Air [1], Ar [1], He [1], O2 [2]; O4+ + O2 [2]; O4- + O2 [1]; OD- + He [3]; OH- + He [4]; S2F7+ + SF6 [1]; S2- + He [1]; SF3+ + SF6 [2]; SF4+ + SF6 [1]; SF5+ + SF6 [2]; SF5- + He [1], SF6 [2]; SF6- + He [1], SF6 [2]; SH- + He [1]; SO2F- + He [1]; SO2+ + Ar [1], He [1]; SO3- + He [1]

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BOLSIG+ solverclick to expand or collapse

DESCRIPTION: On-line BOLSIG+ solver

HOW TO REFERENCE: G.J.M. Hagelaar and L.C. Pitchford, "Solving the Boltzmann equation to obtain electron transport coefficients and rate coefficients for fluid models", Plasma Sci Sources and Tech 14, 722 (2005)

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