Besides correction of errors, this version brings improvements both in support for new types of species and reactions and in software engineering.
The list bellow summarizes the main differences from the previous version:
Syntax rules to express groups of reactions with vibrational levels of diatomic molecules have been extended.
Ionic excited states are supported.
Account, as the 3rd body in three body collisions, of species with different efficiencies in promoting the reaction.
Support for surface reactions with adsorbed atoms occurring with different efficiencies.
Improved support for reactions with photons (photoionisation, bremsstrahlung, inverse bremsstrahlung, stimulated emission).
Extended range of physical units supported .
Improved error handling with new tests in data reading, indication of the NAMELIST or routine where the error occurred and new diagnostic routine.
Syntax for chemical reactions simplified and the possibility to infer the properties of excited or ionised levels from those of the parent fundamental level.