UV/Vis+ photochemistry database: Structure, content and applications

Andreas Noelle, Ann Carine Vandaele*, Javier Martin-Torres, Chenyi Yuan, Balabhadrapatruni N. Rajasekhar, Askar Fahr, Gerd K. Hartmann, David Lary, Yuan Pern Lee, Paulo Limão-Vieira, Robert Locht, Kristopher McNeill, John J. Orlando, Farid Salama, Richard P. Wayne


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The “science-softCon UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database” (www.photochemistry.org) is a large and comprehensive collection of EUV-VUV-UV–Vis-NIR spectral data and other photochemical information assembled from published peer-reviewed papers. The database contains photochemical data including absorption, fluorescence, photoelectron, and circular and linear dichroism spectra, as well as quantum yields and photolysis related data that are critically needed in many scientific disciplines. This manuscript gives an outline regarding the structure and content of the “science-softCon UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database”. The accurate and reliable molecular level information provided in this database is fundamental in nature and helps in proceeding further to understand photon, electron and ion induced chemistry of molecules of interest not only in spectroscopy, astrochemistry, astrophysics, Earth and planetary sciences, environmental chemistry, plasma physics, combustion chemistry but also in applied fields such as medical diagnostics, pharmaceutical sciences, biochemistry, agriculture, and catalysis. In order to illustrate this, we illustrate the use of the UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database in four different fields of scientific endeavor.

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期刊Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer
出版狀態Published - 九月 2020


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