Online Available Molecule Line Lists

Metal hydrides

NameWL range [nm]# of linesTransitionsIsotopesArticleLink
LiH 510 - 7,050,00019,000X-X7LiHCoppola et al., 2011Exomol
510 - 3,050,00016,000X-X7LiHShi et al., 2013Ugamop
BeH610 - 1,240,000 8,000X-X9BeHYadin et al., 2012Exomol
MgH 310 - 5,956,00013,000X-X, B-X24MgHSkory et al., 2002Ugamop
310 - 1,10010,000A-X24MgHWeck et al., 2003Ugamop
340 - 900119,000A-X, B-X24MgH, 25MgH, 25MgHKurucz, 2010Kurucz
970 - 5,690,00020,000X-X24MgH, 25MgH, 25MgHYadin et al., 2012Exomol
350 - 1120 30,999A-X, B-X24MgHGharibNezhad et al., 2013Exomol
CaH 280 - 3,919,000 125,000X-X, A-X, B-X, C-X, D-X, E-X40CaHWeck et al. 2003Ugamop
650 - 16,209,00027,000X-X40CaHYadin et al., 2012Exomol
X-E40CaHLi et al., 2012Exomol
SiH330 - 3,20078,000A-X28SiH, 29SiH, 30SiHKurucz, 2010Kurucz
TiH420 - 2,100 171,000A-X, B-X48TiHBurrows et al., 2005Exomol
CrH690 - 1,60014,000A-X52CrHBurrows et al., 2002Exomol
FeH620 - 45,900 111,000F-X56FeHWende et al., 2010Exomol
 

Other hydrides

NameWL range [nm]# of linesTransitionsIsotopesArticleLink
CH260 - 1,700 71,600A-X, B-X, C-X12CH, 13CHKurucz, 1997Kurucz
NH230 - 70036,000A-X, A-C14NH, 15NHKurucz, 1998Kurucz
OH 200 - 1.0e582,000X-X, A-X16OH, 18OHKurucz, 2007Kurucz
520 - 3.4e942,000X-X16OH, 18OH, 16ODRothman et al., 2010HITEMP
 

Metal oxides

NameWL range [nm]# of linesTransitionsIsotopesArticleLink
SiO 2,050 - 7,874,00093,000X-X28Si16O, 29Si16O, 30Si16OJørgensen et al., 1997SCAN
140 - 100,0001,830,000X-X, A-X, E-X28Si16O, 29Si16O, 30Si16O, 28Si18OKurucz, 2010Kurucz
150 - 6.9e79,340,00X-X28Si16O, 29Si16O, 30Si16O, 28Si18O, 28Si17OBarton et al, 2013Exomol
TiO400 - 3,40012,800,000A-X, B-X, C-X, E-X, c-a, b-a, b-d46Ti16O, 47Ti16O, 48Ti16O, 49Ti16O, 50Ti16OJørgensen, 1994SCAN
320 - 999,00041,500,000A-X, B-X, C-X, E-X, c-a, b-a, b-d, f-a, E-B46Ti16O, 47Ti16O, 48Ti16O, 49Ti16O, 50Ti16OPlez, 1998Plez
410 - 100,00033,000,000A-X, B-X, C-X, E-X, c-a, b-a, b-d, f-a46Ti16O, 47Ti16O, 48Ti16O, 49Ti16O, 50Ti16OSchwenke, 1998Kurucz
 

Other oxides

NameWL range [nm]# of linesTransitionsIsotopesArticleLink
CO 1,180 - 2,888,000 114,000X-X12C16O, 13C16O, 12C18O, 12C17O, 13C18O, 13C17ORothman et al., 2010HITEMP
110 - 10,000 555,000X-X, A-X12C16O, 13C16O, 12C18O, 12C17OKurucz, 2010Kurucz
NO 1,080 - 1.0e13116,000X-X14N16O, 15N16O, 14N18ORothman et al., 2010HITEMP
 

Other diatomics

NameWL range [nm]# of linesTransitionsIsotopesArticleLink
H2270 - 651,00012,300X-XHDKurucz, 2008Kurucz
80 - 18028,500 B-X, C-XH2Kurucz, 2010Kurucz
C2180 - 100,0003,460,000A-X, A-B, A-D, A-E12C2, 12C13C, 13C2Kurucz, 2010Kurucz
290 - 1,800155,000A-D12C2Brook et al., 2012Bernath
CN200 - 100,000 1,645,000A-X, B-X12C14N, 12C15N, 13C14NKurucz, 2010Kurucz
190 - 536,000 195,000X-X, A-X, B-X12C14NBrook et al., 2014IOPscience
LiCl250 - 38,451,0003,360,000X-X7Li35ClWeck et al., 2004Ugamop
 

Triatomics and Larger Molecules

NameWL range [nm]# of linesTransitionsIsotopesArticleLink
C3 800 - 25,0008,030,000X-X12C3, 12C213CJørgensen et al., 1989SCAN
CO2 780 - 1,698,00011,194,000X-X12C16O2, 13C16O2, 12C16O18O, 12C16O17O, 13C16O18O,Rothman et al., 2010HITEMP
13C16O17O, 12C18O2, 12C18O17O, 12C18O2
1,200 - 44,000628,000,000X-X12C16O2, 13C16O2, 16O12C18O, 16O12C17OTashkun & Perevalov, 2011CDSD-4000 (ftp)
H2O410 - 100,00065,900,000X-XH216O, H218O, H217O, HD16OPartridge & Schwenke, 1997Kurucz
670 - 25,000100,000,000X-XH216OJørgensen et al., 2001SCAN
340 - 1.0e11114,000,000X-XH216O, H217O, H218O, HD16O,HD17O, HD18ORothman et al., 2010HITEMP
380 - 1,000,000700,000,000X-XHD16OVoronin et al., 2010VTT
HCN570 - 5.4e834,400,000X-XH12C14N, H14N12CHarris et al., 2006Exomol
570 - 9.1e1134,100,000X-XH13C14N, H14N13CHarris et al., 2008Exomol
CH4 1090 - 9.4e9290,000X-X12CH4, 13CH4, 12CH3DRothman et al., 2004HITRAN
NH3830 - 100,0001,140,000,000X-X14NH3Yurchenko et al., 2011BYTe
O3 830 - 3.8e8 410,000X-X16O3, 16O218O, 16O18O16O, 16O217O, 16O17O16ORothman et al., 2004HITRAN

 

Latest update: February 18th, 2014