The KInetic Database for Astrochemistry (KIDA)

  title={The KInetic Database for Astrochemistry (KIDA)},
  author={V. Wakelam and E. Herbst and J.-C. Loison and Ian W. M. Smith and V. Chandrasekaran and B. Pavone and N. Adams and M. Bacchus-Montabonel and A. Bergeat and K. B{\'e}roff and V. Bierbaum and M. Chabot and A. Dalgarno and E. Dishoeck and A. Faure and W. Geppert and D. Gerlich and D. Galli and E. H'ebrard and F. Hersant and K. M. Hickson and P. Honvault and S. Klippenstein and S. L. Picard and G. Nyman and P. Pernot and S. Schlemmer and F. Selsis and I. Sims and D. Talbi and J. Tennyson and J. Troe and R. Wester and L. Wiesenfeld},
  • V. Wakelam, E. Herbst, +31 authors L. Wiesenfeld
  • Published 2011
  • Physics, Chemistry
  • We present a novel chemical database for gas-phase astrochemistry. Named the KInetic Database for Astrochemistry (KIDA), this database consists of gas-phase reactions with rate coefficients and uncertainties that will be vetted to the greatest extent possible. Submissions of measured and calculated rate coefficients are welcome, and will be studied by experts before inclusion into the database. Besides providing kinetic information for the interstellar medium, KIDA is planned to contain such… CONTINUE READING
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