Photodissociation and photoionisation of atoms and molecules of astrophysical interest

@article{Heays2017PhotodissociationAP,
  title={Photodissociation and photoionisation of atoms and molecules of astrophysical interest},
  author={A. Heays and A. Bosman and E. F. Dishoeck},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2017}
}
A new collection of photodissociation and photoionisation cross sections for 102 atoms and molecules of astrochemical interest has been assembled, along with a brief review of the basic processes involved. These have been used to calculate dissociation and ionisation rates, with uncertainties, in a standard ultraviolet interstellar radiation field (ISRF) and wavelength-dependent radiation fields. The new ISRF rates generally agree within 30% with our previous compilations, with a few notable… Expand
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