Update of the HITRAN collision-induced absorption section

  title={Update of the HITRAN collision-induced absorption section},
  author={Tijs Karman and Iouli E. Gordon and Ad van der Avoird and Yu. A. Baranov and Christian Boulet and Brian J. Drouin and Gerrit C. Groenenboom and Magnus Gustafsson and Jean-Michel Hartmann and Robert Louis Kurucz and L S Rothman and Kang Sun and Keeyoon Sung and Ryan Thalman and Ha Tran and Edward H. Wishnow and Robin D. Wordsworth and Andrey A. Vigasin and Rainer Volkamer and Wim J. van der Zande},
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