Cite all references used

RADIS is built on the shoulders of many state-of-the-art packages and databases. If using RADIS for your work, cite all of them that made it possible.

Starting from 0.9.30, you can retrieve the bibtex entries of all papers and references that contribute to the calculation of a Spectrum, with the cite() method.

Example

Below, we compute a non-equilibrium spectrum. The cite() method returns the computational algorithm used, the line database, the spectroscopic constants used to compute rovibrational energies, and the data retrieval tools.

See Also

RefTracker

from radis import calc_spectrum

s = calc_spectrum(
    1900,
    2300,  # cm-1
    molecule="CO",
    isotope="1,2,3",
    pressure=1.01325,  # bar
    Tvib=2000,  #
    Trot=300,
    mole_fraction=0.1,
    path_length=1,  # cm
    databank="hitran",
)

s.cite()

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