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Fig. 2.

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Panel A: rotational de-excitation rate coefficients for the ∣ Δj ∣ = 1 transition in the collision of 36ArH+ with He from the initial rotational state j, including two vibrational states in the calculations (squares) and considering the 36ArH+ as a rigid rotor (triangles) at 10 K. The rates reported by Bop et al. (2017) are also included (circles). Panels B and C: rotational de-excitation rate coefficients from the initial state j = 4 (panel B) and j = 5 (panel C) at T = 10 K (solid lines) and T = 100 K (dashed lines), including two vibrational states in the calculations (squares) and considering the 36ArH+ as a rigid rotor (triangles). The rates reported by Bop et al. (2017) are also included (circles).

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