Chemical Kinetics and Photochemical Data for Use in Atmospheric
JPL Publication No. 19-5
This compilation of kinetic and photochemical data is prepared by the NASA Panel for Data Evaluation. The Panel was established in 1977 by the NASA Upper Atmosphere Research Program Office for the purpose of providing a critical tabulation of the latest kinetic and photochemical data for use by modelers in computer simulations of atmospheric chemistry. Updates to this evaluation are released every two to three years in electronic form as JPL Publications.
In each published update, specific subsets of the entire reaction set are targeted for evaluation. This allows specific subsets to be analyzed in greater depth and to extend the scope of the evaluation to new areas. Each evaluation will also have a "special topics" area that considers new work involving processes that have a significant impact on atmospheric models but falls outside of the present scope.
The latest evaluation (Evaluation No. 19, JPL Publication 19-5) is available for download here (Pdf: 20 Mb). Several earlier versions (going back to Evaluation No. 12) are also available for download.
Subject areas evaluated in JPL 19-5 and panel members with the primary responsibilities for these areas are listed under Panel Members.
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