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-C. P. Endres, S. Schlemmer, P. Schilke, J. Stutzki, and H. S. P. Müller, **The Cologne Database for Molecular Spectroscopy,​ CDMS, in the Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Centre, VAMDC** ​[J. Mol. Spectrosc. 327, 95–104 (2016)](http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jms.2016.03.005) [Please visit also the VAMDC-compatible version ​of the CDMS](https://cdms.ph1.uni-koeln.de/cdms/portal/)+The files in the [[https://cdms.astro.uni-koeln.de/classic/​entries|Entries section]] contain predictions for 
 +atoms and molecules of astrophysical and atmospheric interest as well as some documentation on which data have 
 +been used for the predictionsAt present, ​the aim of of this page is to supplement data bases such as the 
 +[[http://spec.jpl.nasa.gov/ftp/pub/catalog/​catform.html|JPL catalog]]. Herb Pickett'​s programs **SPFIT** and 
 +**SPCAT** have been used for the most part to generate the predictions.
  
-H. S. P. MüllerF. SchlöderJ. Stutzki, and G. Winnewisser,​ [*J. Mol. Struct.* **742**, 215–227 (2005)](http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​j.molstruc.2005.01.027)+After some general remarka brief description of the format of the catalog entries 
 +follows below along with remarks on the selection rules and assignments, 
 +comments on the reliability of the predictions,​ 
 +remarks on the partition function, and 
 +some useful equations.
  
-H. S. P. Müller, S. Thorwirth, D. A. Roth, and G. Winnewisser, [*Astronomy and Astrophysics* **370,** L49–L52 ​(2001)](http://www.edpsciences.org/articles/aa/pdf/2001/​18/​aadb051.pdf) [[http://​example.com|External Link]]+**The structure of the files** is described in detail in the Letter 
 +[[https://​cdms.astro.uni-koeln.de/​classic/​predictions/​pdfs/​CDMS_AA.pdf|THE COLOGNE DATABASE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY,​ CDMS]] 
 +by H. S. P. Müller, 
 +S. Thorwirth, D. A. Roth, and G. Winnewisser*Astron. Astrophys.* **370** ​(2001) 
 +L49 – L52.\\ 
 +An update on the CDMS appeared somewhat later: H. S. P. Müller, F. Schlöder, J. Stutzki, and G. Winnewisser,​ 
 +[[https://cdms.astro.uni-koeln.de/classic/predictions/pdfs/CDMS_JMSt.pdf|THE COLOGNE DATABASE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY,​ CDMS: A USEFUL TOOL FOR ASTRONOMERS AND 
 +SPECTROSCOPISTS]], *J. Mol. Struct.* **742**, 215–227 (2005).
  
-The files in the [[https://​cdms.astro.uni-koeln.de/​classic/​entries|Entries section]] contain predictions for atoms and molecules ​of astrophysical and atmospheric interest as well as some documentation on which data have been used for the predictions. At present, the aim of of this page is to supplement data bases such as the [JPL catalog](http://​spec.jpl.nasa.gov/​ftp/​pub/​catalog/​catform.html)Herb Pickett'​s programs ​**SPFIT** and **SPCAT** have been used for the most part to generate the predictions.+Please acknowledge use of the CDMS by citing these articlesYou are very welcome to state the web address 
 +alsoWe recommend to cite the original sources ​of the data toowhich are given in the documentations,​ 
 +at least as far as this is feasible. Since the format in the CDMS catalog is identical ​to the one in the JPL 
 +catalog ​information can also be found in the article SUBMILLIMETER,​ MILLIMETER, AND MICROWAVE SPECTRAL 
 +LINE CATALOG by HMPickett, RLPoynter, EA. Cohen, M. L. Delitsky, J. C. Pearson, and 
 +H. S. P. Müller; ​*J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer* **60** (1998) 883 – 890.
  
-After some general remark, a [brief description of the format of the +Some catalog entries ​are available ​with frequencies in units of cm<​sup>​–1</​sup>​This applies mainly to 
-catalog entries](description.html#​description) follows below along with +light hydrides ​and some stable molecules that might be of interest as secondary standards in the laboratory 
-[remarks on the selection rules and assignments](description.html#​selection),​ [comments on the reliability +or in radioastronomical observations.
-of the predictions](description.html#​reliable),​ [remarks on the +
-partition function](description.html#​partition), ​and [some useful +
-equations](description.html#​equations).+
  
-[The structure of the files]{style="​color:#​f00090"​} is described in +**Vibration-rotation transitions** in the far-infrared region have been included 
-detail in the Letter [THE COLOGNE DATABASE FOR MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY,​ +for C~3~They may be included in a greater number in the near futureVibration-rotation transitions in 
-CDMS](/​classic/​pdfs/​CDMS_AA.pdf) by H. S. P. Müller, S. Thorwirth, D. A. +the mid-infrared region are currently not considered to be included in the databaseIf there is a genuine 
-Roth, and G. Winnewisser; ​*Astron. Astrophys.* **370** (2001) L49 – +interest for such information to be included in our database please use the 
-L52.+**comments and suggestions** option below in order to suggest species. 
-An update on the CDMS appeared somewhat later: H. S. P. Müller, F+Information on background literature is desirable !!
-Schlöder, JStutzki, and G. Winnewisser,​ [THE COLOGNE DATABASE FOR +
-MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY,​ CDMS: A USEFUL TOOL FOR ASTRONOMERS AND +
-SPECTROSCOPISTS](/​classic/​pdfs/​CDMS_JMSt.pdf), ​*J. Mol. Struct.* +
-**742**, 215–227 (2005).+
  
-Please acknowledge use of the CDMS by citing these articles. You are +As in the JPL catalog, the species are sorted according to their molecular weight in atomic mass units, which also constitutes the first three digits of the six digit **molecule tag** (with leading zeros frequently omitted), the fourth digit is a 5 (to avoid any conflict with the JPL numbering scheme), and the last two digits are used to number entries with the same molecular weight.
-very welcome to state the web address also. We recommend to cite the +
-original sources of the data too, which are given in the documentations,​ +
-at least as far as this is feasible. Since the format in the CDMS +
-catalog is identical to the one in the JPL catalog information can also +
-be found in the article SUBMILLIMETER,​ MILLIMETER, AND MICROWAVE +
-SPECTRAL LINE CATALOG by H. M. Pickett, R. L. Poynter, E. A. Cohen, M. +
-L. Delitsky, J. C. Pearson, and H. S. P. Müller; *J. Quant. Spectrosc. +
-Radiat. Transfer* **60** (1998) 883 – 890. +
- +
-Some catalog entries are available with frequencies in units of cm^–1^. +
-This applies mainly to light hydrides and some stable molecules that +
-might be of interest as secondary standards in the laboratory or in +
-radioastronomical observations. +
- +
-[Vibration-rotation transitions]{style="​color:#​f00090"​} in the +
-far-infrared region have been included for C~3~. They may be included in +
-a greater number in the near future. Vibration-rotation transitions in +
-the mid-infrared region are currently not considered to be included in +
-the database. If there is a genuine interest for such information to be +
-included in our database please use the [comments and +
-suggestions]{style="​color:#​f00090"​} option below in order to suggest +
-species. Information on background literature is desirable !! +
- +
-As in the JPL catalog, the species are sorted according to their +
-molecular weight in atomic mass units, which also constitutes the first +
-three digits of the six digit **[molecule tag]{style="​color:#​ff9000"​}** +
-(with leading zeros frequently omitted), the fourth digit is a 5 (to +
-avoid any conflict with the JPL numbering scheme), and the last two +
-digits are used to number entries with the same molecular weight.+
  
 +<alert type="​info">​
 +  * C. P. Endres, S. Schlemmer, P. Schilke, J. Stutzki, and H. S. P. Müller, **The Cologne Database for Molecular Spectroscopy,​ CDMS, in the Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Centre, VAMDC** [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​j.jms.2016.03.005|J. Mol. Spectrosc. 327, 95–104 (2016)]]
 +  * H. S. P. Müller, F. Schlöder, J. Stutzki, and G. Winnewisser,​ [[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​j.molstruc.2005.01.027|J. Mol. Struct. 742, 215–227 (2005)]]
 +  * H. S. P. Müller, S. Thorwirth, D. A. Roth, and G. Winnewisser,​ [[http://​www.edpsciences.org/​articles/​aa/​pdf/​2001/​18/​aadb051.pdf|Astronomy and Astrophysics 370, L49–L52 (2001)]]
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     Dr. Holger S. P. Müller ​    ​hspm(at)ph1(Dot)uni-koeln(Dot)de     Dr. Holger S. P. Müller ​    ​hspm(at)ph1(Dot)uni-koeln(Dot)de
-    Dr. Christian P. Endres ​    endres(at)ph1(Dot)uni-koeln(Dot)de +    Dr. Christian P. Endres ​    cendres(at)mpe(Dot)mpg(Dot)de 
-    Prof. Dr. Jürgen Stutzki ​   stutzki(at)ph1(Dot)uni-koeln(Dot)de+    Prof. Dr. Peter Schilke ​    ​schilke(at)ph1(Dot)uni-koeln(Dot)de
     Prof. Dr. Stephan Schlemmer schlemmer(at)ph1(Dot)uni-koeln(Dot)de     Prof. Dr. Stephan Schlemmer schlemmer(at)ph1(Dot)uni-koeln(Dot)de
  
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