Networks


kida.uva networks are regularly updated list of reactions directly extracted from KIDA for interstellar applications while other networks have been added by other groups.

Models
kida.uva.2014.zip
2015-01-14

New gas-phase chemical network for dense interstellar medium called kida.uva.2014. This is a new version of the kida.uva network updated according to the latest recommendations from the KIDA experts until October 2014. The network is described in Wakelam et al. (2015, ApJS 217, id. 20). Modified on April 1st 2015 (see Readme).
kida.uva.2011.zip
2012-01-27

New gas-phase chemical network for dense interstellar medium called kida.uva.2011. This is a new version of the OSU database updated according to the latest recommendations from the KIDA experts until October 2011. The network is described in Wakelam et al. (2012, ApJS 199, id. 21).
Models
deuspin.kida.uva.2016.zip
2017-01-16

Type of chemistry : Gas-phase + Deuteration
Publication: Majumdar et al. (2016) [DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stw3360; Full-text URL: https://arxiv.org/abs/1612.07845]
Description:First gas-phase chemical network for studying deuterium fractionation in the interstellar medium called deuspin.kida.uva.2016. This is a first version of the kida.uva deuterated network developed from the kida.uva.2014 network.
See the README and the papers for details.
Ruaud_2015.zip
2015-02-18

Type of chemistry : Gas-phase and gas-grains
Publication : Ruaud et al. 2015, MNRAS, Volume 447, Issue 4, p.4004-4017
Description : Gas-phase and gas-grains chemical network for dense interstellar medium. New mechanisms for surface chemistry was added: Eley-Rideal mechanisms and formation of complexes at the surface of the grains. See the README and the papers for details.
reboussin2014.zip
2014-09-15

Type of chemistry : Gas-phase and gas-grains
Number of reactions : 9127
Number of species : 703
Publication : Reboussin et al. 2014, MNRAS, 440, 3557
Description : Gas-phase and gas-grains chemical network for dense interstellar medium. The gas-phase has been updated compared to kida.uva.2011, using reactions of carbon chains and nitrogen chains proposed by Loison et al. (2014a,b). The surface network has been modified to include new CRID process.
Hincelin2013.tar.gz
2013-07-26

Type of chemistry: Gas-grains
Publication: Hincelin et al. 2013, ApJ, in press
Description: Format of the network is described in a readme file.
Chabot2013.zip
2013-06-28

Type of chemistry: Gas-phase
Number of reactions:
Number of species:
Publication: Chabot et al. 2013, ApJ, 771, id 90
Description: Two different gas-phase networks are available: one for dense clouds with a format similar to kida.uva.2011 and one for PdR regions with a format similar to the Meudon PDR code (format described at http://pdr.obspm.fr/PDRcode_Chemistry.html). Both networks have been updated according to the suggestions made in the paper.
osu_HighT.zip
2012-10-05

Type of chemistry: Gas-phase
Number of reactions: 5387
Number of species: 461
Publication: Harada, Herbst & Wakelam 2010, ApJ, 721,1570 and Harada, Herbst & Wakelam 2012, ApJ, 756, id. 104 Description: Gas-phase network for temperatures up to 800 K.
nls_react_kida_2010_druard.dat.zip
2012-07-26

Type of chemistry: Gas-grain
Number of reactions: 6215
Number of species: 666
Publication: Druard & Wakelam 2012, MNRAS 426, 354-359 (http://arxiv.org/abs/1207.5325)

Description: Network modified in order to include new reactions for polysulfanes, sulphur polymers and CS2.
PAHs.zip
2012-06-27

List of reactions involving PAHs used in Wakelam & Herbst (2008). The format of the network is the same as the OSU database. Some details are given in a pdf file.
Srates_update.txt
2011-04-07

Type of chemistry: Gas-phase + adsorption / desorption
Number of reactions: 929
Number of species: 109
Publication: V. Wakelam, F. Hersant, F. Herpin 2011 accepted to Astronomy & Astrophysics

Description: This reduced network was constructed to model the sulphur chemistry up to 300K. See the paper for more details. The reading format is the following: REACTANT(3,J),PRODUIT(4,J), A(J),B(J),C(J), ITYPE(J),INUM(J)
FORMAT (7(A8),8X,3(E9.2),I2,14X,I4)
benchmark_2010.dat
2010-04-22

Type of chemistry: Gas-grain
Number of reactions: 6067
Number of species: 655
Publication: D. Semenov, F. Hersant, V. Wakelam, A. Dutrey, E. Chapillon, St. Guilloteau, Th. Henning, R. Launhardt, V. Piétu, K.Schreyer, 2010 accepted to Astronomy & Astrophysics

Description: Network used for the benchmark between ALCHEMIC and NAUTILUS chemical models.
Models
Wang2016.zip
2016-03-11

This zip contains three reaction networks:
(1) Type of chemistry: C/H/O/N neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions
Number of reactions: 994+6
Number of species: 108
Description: This reaction network is revised based on the Venot et al. (2012) network. HNC is removed from the network. Six duplicated reactions with specific third bodies are removed. CH3NH2, CH3NH, CH2NH2, and CH2NH are added into the network, as well as related 43 reactions.

(2) Type of chemistry: H/P/O neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions
Number of reactions: 176
Number of species: 26
Description: This reaction network is based on Twaroski (1995) H/P/O reaction network.

(3) Type of chemistry: H/Si/O neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions
Number of reactions: 198
Number of species: 69
Description: This reaction network is based on Miller et al. (2014) H/P/O reaction network.

Please refer to the README file for format information. The reaction networks above are to be published in Wang, D., Lunine, J., Mousis, O., 2016. Modeling the disequilibrium species for Jupiter and Saturn: Implications for Juno and Saturn entry probe, Icarus, submitted.
VENOT2015.zip
2015-02-17

Type of chemistry: C/H/O/N neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions
Number of reactions: 1991+20
Number of species: 240
Publication: Venot et al., A&A, 577 (2015) A33, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201425311

Description: Gas-phase chemical network for modeling the kinetic evolution of radicals and molecules containing up to six carbon atoms in the atmospheres of hot Jupiters. Please refer to the README file included in the .zip file for the reading format.
Chemistry_review_S_Titan.pdf
2014-09-24

Type of chemistry: Neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions.
Publication: The evolution of infalling sulfur species in Titan’s atmosphere, Hickson et al 2014, A&A

Description: This chemical network was constructed to model sulfur chemsitry for Titan.
Hebrard2013.zip
2013-07-26

Type of chemistry: Neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions
Number of reactions: 941
Number of species: 90
Publication: Hébrard et al., 2013 Hébrard et al., 2013 - Astron. Astrophys. (DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201220686)
Description: This updated chemical network was constructed to model C3 hydrocarbon chemistry in Titan's atmosphere. See the paper for more details. Please refer to the README file included in the .zip file for the reading format.
Venot2012.zip
2012-07-05

Type of chemistry: C/H/O/N neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions
Number of reactions: 957+6
Number of species: 105
Publication: Venot et al., 2012, A&A 546, id.A43 (DOI 10.1051/0004-6361/201219310)

Description: Gas-phase chemical network for modeling the kinetic evolution of radicals and molecules containing less than three carbon atoms in the atmospheres of hot Jupiters. Please refer to the README file included in the .zip file for the reading format.
Hebrard2012.zip
2012-05-11

Type of chemistry: Neutral-neutral gas-phase reactions
Number of reactions: 788
Number of species: 86
Publication: Hébrard et al., 2012 - Astron. Astrophys. (DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201218837)

Description: This updated chemical network was constructed to model HCN and HNC chemistry in Titan's atmosphere. See the paper for more details. Please refer to the README file included in the .zip file for the reading format.