Data for: Measurements and modeling of CO 4th positive (A - X) radiation

Published: 3 February 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/kdpct9hs5g.1
Contributors:
Sean McGuire,
Pierre Mariotto,
Christophe Laux,
Brett Cruden,
Augustin Tibère-Inglesse

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TABULATED SPECTROSCOPIC DATA FOR CO(4+) The file ‘CO_Kirby_Table.xlsx’ contains tabulated spectroscopic data calculated from the ETMF of Kirby and Cooper (Ref. 20 in the article). Certain cells do not contain a value - these values were omitted because they correspond to values where the r-centroid for the band is outside of the valid range of the Re(r) curve published by Kirby and Cooper. ——— TEMPERATURE FILES All temperature files begin with ‘Temp’. ‘TempMax.dat’ : Maximum temperature bound given 3 atomic temperature profiles. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = temperature (K) ‘TempMin.dat’ : Minimum temperature bound given 3 atomic temperature profiles. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = temperature (K) ‘TempProf_Ar.dat’ : Measured temperature profile from the Ar 764 nm line. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = nominal temperature (K), Column 3 = uncertainty in temperature (K) ‘TempProf_C.dat’ : Measured temperature profile from the C 833 nm line. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = nominal temperature (K), Column 3 = uncertainty in temperature (K) ‘TempProf_O.dat’ : Measured temperature profile from the O 777 nm line. Column 1 = radius (cm), Column 2 = nominal temperature (K), Column 3 = uncertainty in temperature (K) NOTE: For atomic temperature profiles from files ‘TempProf_Ar.dat’, ‘TempProf_C.dat’ and ‘TempProf_O.dat’, the 3rd column represents the uncertainty. The temperature is T +/- the quoted uncertainty on column 3. ——— SPECTRUM FILES For all of the spectrum files (all files beginning with ‘spec’), the first column is wavelength (nm) and the second column is the intensity (mW/cm^2/nm/sr). To obtain the complete spectrum from 140 to 250 nm, it suffices to read and plot each of the spectral files on the same graph. NOTE: ‘spec195’ is divided into 3 files. This was simply because the Carbon line was saturated at the integration times optimal for looking at the CO molecular features. The ‘LoIT’ file corresponds to the low integration time optimal for the carbon atomic feature. The other files ‘blue’ and ‘red’ were obtained with the integration appropriate for the CO molecular features. For the ‘spec255’ files, the same reasoning applies to the ‘spec255Exp.dat’ and ‘spec255ExpLoIT.dat’ files.

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