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Microwave Spectra of Molecules of Astrophysical Interest Vii. Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Monosulfide, And Silicon Monoxide

By Lovas, Frank J.

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Title: Microwave Spectra of Molecules of Astrophysical Interest Vii. Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Monosulfide, And Silicon Monoxide  
Author: Lovas, Frank J.
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: The present tables are part of a series of critical reviews on the rotational spectra of molecules already identified in the interstellar medium. All of the available data have been gathered for each molecule and subjected to reanalysis in order to provide a consistent set of molecular constants, a check on the reliability of the measured transitions, and allow the unobserved transitions to be predicted with known uncertainty limits. The only limit invoked in the present calculations is a restriction on the maximum calculated frequency to approximately 300 GHz, which is more than sufficient to cover the frequency range of existing radio telescopes. For the less abundant isotopic species of the molecules reported there are usually insufficient data to present a comprehensive statistical analysis of the spectrum. In these instances, reliable calculation techniques are invoked whereby molecular constants...

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Contents Page 1. Introduction ............................................ 245 1.1. List of Symbols and Conversion Factors .............................................. a Symbols b. Conversion Factors ............................. 1.2. References. ....................................... 2. Carbon Monoxide ..................................... 2.1. Organization of the Spectral Tables ....... 2.2. Carbon Monoxide Spectral Tables ......... Table 1. Molecular Constants for Carbon Monox~de.... ............................................. Table 2. The Microwave Spectrum of I2Cl60. .... Table 3. The Microwave Spectrum of '*C1'0 ..... Table 4. The Microwave Spectrum of 12C180.. ... Table 5. The Microwave Spectrum of 13C160. .... Table 6. The Microwave Spectrum of l3CI8O. .... Table 7. The Microwave Spectrum of 14C1 60... .. Table 8. Calculated Microwave Transitions in CO in Order of Frequency .......................... 2.3. CO References .................................. a. Laboratory References ........................ b. Interstellar References ........................ 3. Carbon Monosulfide .................................. 3.1. Organization of Spectral Tables ............ 3.2. Carbon Monosulfide Spectral Tables.. .... Table 9. Molecular Constants for Carbon Monoxide ...................................................... Table 10. The Microwave Spectrum of 12C32S.... .. Table 11. The Microwave Spectrum of 12C33S.. .... Table 12. The Microwave Spectrum of 12C34S... ... Table 13. The Microwave Spectrum of 13C35., .... Table 14. Calculated Microwave Transitions in CS in Order of Frequency ........................... 3.3. CS References ................................... a. Laboratory References ........................ b. Interstellar References ........................ 4. Silicon Monoxide .............................

 

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