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Bernard Schmitt
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 === AstroChemical Ices Database === === AstroChemical Ices Database ===
  
-Department of Physical Sciences (DPS-OU) / Astronomy team - Faculty of Science, Open University - Milton Keynes, UK +Department of Physical Sciences (DPS-OU) / Astronomy team - Faculty of Science, ​The Open University - Milton Keynes, UK 
  
 Astrochemistry group / Physical Research Laboratory ​ (PRL) - Ahmedabad, IN  Astrochemistry group / Physical Research Laboratory ​ (PRL) - Ahmedabad, IN 
  
 National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC) - Hsinchu City, TW National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC) - Hsinchu City, TW
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 +School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent (UKC) - Canterbury, UK
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 +ASTRID2, Aarhus University (AU) - Aarhus DK
  
   * //​Scientific Managers//: Nigel Mason (OU), Bhala Sivaraman (PRL)   * //​Scientific Managers//: Nigel Mason (OU), Bhala Sivaraman (PRL)
-  * //Database Managers//: ​Bhushit Vaishnav, ​Dinesh Mehta+  * //Database Managers//: Dinesh Mehta, Bhushit Vaishnav
   * //Data Providers//:​ Dagmar Jaksch, Rahul Kumar Kushwaha   * //Data Providers//:​ Dagmar Jaksch, Rahul Kumar Kushwaha
  
-**This database is starting to be active** 
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-The ACID Database will contains ​Vacuum UltraViolet (VUV) and InfraRed (IR) spectra collected from experiments that mimic the icy mantles of interstellar dust analogues. Spectra are from molecules (simple inorganic and organic molecules and their mixtures) already identified in the interstellar medium or on solar system bodies, and their isomers. Some molecules are synthesized in-situ starting from ice mixtures containing oxygen, water - carbon dioxide or ammonia-oxygen. Spectra are recorded from 4K or 10K up to sublimation temperatures or 300K for residues.+The ACID Database will contain ​Vacuum UltraViolet (VUV) and InfraRed (IR) spectra collected from experiments that mimic the icy mantles of interstellar dust analogues. Spectra are from molecules (simple inorganic and organic molecules and their mixtures) already identified in the interstellar medium or on solar system bodies, and their isomers. Some molecules are synthesized in-situ starting from ice mixtures containing oxygen, water - carbon dioxide or ammonia-oxygen. Spectra are recorded from 4K or 10K up to sublimation temperatures or 300K for residues.
  
-Link to the original 'web pages based' [[https://​www.prl.res.in/​~dinesh/​acid/​|ACID database]]. In the future the data will be available in ACID @ SSHADE+Link to the original 'web pages based' [[https://​www.prl.res.in/​~dinesh/​acid/​|ACID database]]. In the futurethe data will be available in ACID @ SSHADE
  
   * [[sshade:​databases:​acid:​samples|Samples and Spectra]]   * [[sshade:​databases:​acid:​samples|Samples and Spectra]]
   * [[sshade:​databases:​acid:​instruments|Instruments and Techniques]]   * [[sshade:​databases:​acid:​instruments|Instruments and Techniques]]
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 +☛ [[https://​www.sshade.eu/​db/​acid|Access to the ACID @ SSHADE search page.]]
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