In database:
0-12784 cm-1
0-205 nm
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Molecular weight: 44 amu
Freezing point: -79 C
Boiling point: -78.5
HITRAN number: 2

Infrared cross-sections from PNNL
FTIR infrared cross-sections from 550 to 6500 cm-1.
Data available at 5 C, 25 C, and 50 C.
Spectra is composite of on the order of 10 different pressures, backfilled with nitrogen to 760 T.
Images of PNNL data in cm2/molecule vs. wavenumbers
Images of PNNL data in cm2/molecule vs. microns

Line list from HITRAN 2004
Data from 0 to 12784 cm-1
Images of HITRAN 2004 data in cm/molecule vs. wavenumbers
Images of HITRAN 2004 data in cm/molecule vs. microns

Line list from HITRAN 2000
Data from 442 to 9648 cm-1
Images of HITRAN 2000 data in cm/molecule vs. wavenumbers

UV cross-sections
From Dave Crisp, 0-.205 microns
Image of UV data

Please see The MPI-Mainz UV/VIS Spectral Atlas

Additional References
Highly Sensitive Absorption Spectroscopy of Carbon Dioxide by ICLAS-VeCSEL Between 8800 and 9530 cm-1; Y. Ding, A. Campargue, E. Bertseva, S. Tashkun, and V.I. Perevalov; J.Mol.Spec. 231:117-123 (2005).
Figures 1, 2, and 3

Ultraviolet Absorption Cross-Sections of Hot Carbon Dioxide; M.A. Oehlschlaeger, D.F. Davidson, J.B. Jeffries, and R.K. Hanson; Chem.Phys.Lett. 399:490-495 (2004).
Figure 4 showing data from 190 to 310 nm.

Absolute Absorption Cross Section Measurements of CO2 in the Wavelength Region 163-200 nm and the Temperature Dependence; W.H. Parkinson, J. Rufus, and K. Yohino; Chem.Phys. 290:251-256 (2003).
Figures 4 and 5

CDSD-1000, the High-Temperature Carbon Dioxide Spectroscopic Databank; S.A. Tashkun, V.I. Perevalov, J-L. Teffo, A.D. Bykov, and N.N. Lavrentieva; JQSRT 82:165-196 (2003).
Figure 1 showing log plots of data in databank

The 2n1 + 5n3 Triad of 12CO2; G. Weirach, G. Wumaier, A. Campargue, S.A. Tashkun, V.I. Perevalov, and J.-L. Teffo; J.Mol.Spec. 198:187-188 (1999).
Figure 1 (from 13963.5 to 13967 cm-1)

Notes co2
n1 1388 cm-1 Raman active
n2 667 cm-1 bend
n3 2349 cm-1

List of available data for all molecules in database
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