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Molecular Data Needs in Astrochemistry

  • T. J. Millar (a1), C. M. Walmsley (a2), C. Rebrion-Rowe (a3), L. d'Hendecourt (a4), S. Saito (a5) and F. Rostas (a6)...

Abstract

The development of astrochemistry is inextricably linked to the generation of fundamental data. In this report, we discuss data needs in terms of astrochemical models, gas-phase kinetics, molecular excitation, optical and UV spectroscopy, solid-state chemistry, and millimeter and submillimeter wave spectroscopy.

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