A new edition of the HITEMP database has now been placed on the
anonymous ftp site at our lab. This new edition is described in the
article “HITEMP, the high-temperature molecular spectroscopic
database,” L.S. Rothman, I.E. Gordon, R.J. Barber, H. Dothe,
R.R. Gamache, A. Goldman, V. Perevalov, S.A. Tashkun, and J. Tennyson,
J. Quant. Spectrosc. and Rad. Transfer 111, 2139-2150 (2010). The new
HITEMP replaces the earlier edition (“HITRAN, HAWKS and HITEMP
High-Temperature Molecular Database,” L.S. Rothman, R.B. Wattson,
R.R. Gamache, J. Schroeder, and A. McCann, Proc. Soc. Photo Optical
Instrumentation Engineers 2471, 105-111 (1995)).
To access the HITEMP data:
ftp to cfa-ftp.harvard.edu
|H2O line list||114,241,164|
|CO2 line list||11,193,608|
|CO line list||113,631|
|NO line list||115,610|
|OH line list||41,557|
Due to the very large files for water and carbon dioxide, the
line-parameter files within the H2O and CO2 folders have been broken
up into wavenumber intervals and are also in compressed format (see
readme file in top directory for a description).
The format of the line transitions is currently the same as HITRAN (160 characters per transition). Please cite the HITEMP article as well as the original sources of data when using this database. We hope that you will find HITEMP helpful in your research.