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BEAMDB and MOLD-Databases at the Serbian virtual observatory for collisional and radiative processes

Marinković, Bratislav P., Srećković, Vladimir A., Vujčić, Veljko, Ivanović, Stefan, Uskoković, Nebojša, Nešić, Milutin, Ignjatović, Ljubinko M., Jevremović, Darko, Dimitrijević, Milan S., Mason, Nigel J. and others. (2019) BEAMDB and MOLD-Databases at the Serbian virtual observatory for collisional and radiative processes. Atoms, 7 (1). Article Number 11. ISSN 2218-2004. (doi:10.3390/atoms7010011) (KAR id:74635)

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In this contribution we present a progress report on two atomic and molecular databases, BEAMDB and MolD, which are web services at the Serbian virtual observatory (SerVO) and nodes within the Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Center (VAMDC). The Belgrade Electron/Atom (Molecule) DataBase (BEAMDB) provides collisional data for electron interactions with atoms and molecules. The Photodissociation (MolD) database contains photo-dissociation cross sections for individual rovibrational states of diatomic molecular ions and rate coefficients for the chemi-ionisation/recombination processes. We also present a progress report on the major upgrade of these databases and plans for the future. As an example of how the data from the BEAMDB may be used, a review of electron scattering from methane is described. © 2019 by the authors.

Item Type: Article
DOI/Identification number: 10.3390/atoms7010011
Uncontrolled keywords: Cross sections, Databases, Rate coefficients, Virtual observatory
Divisions: Divisions > Division of Natural Sciences > School of Physical Sciences
Depositing User: Nigel Mason
Date Deposited: 28 Jun 2019 09:58 UTC
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2021 14:05 UTC
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