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Recent advances in theoretical and experimental spectroscopy demonstrate that physical inadequacies in standard Voigt molecular line shape models degrade laboratory and atmospheric spectral curve-fitting retrievals even for state-of-the-art spectrometers. More sophisticated physics associated with molecular collisions (line mixing, speed dependence, narrowing etc.) are generally known, but the atmospheric and laboratory spectroscopy communities lack a comprehensive (validated) software requireddoi:10.5281/zenodo.18026 fatcat:khxdncp62bcnxltoqj2t22dcve