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|Title:||Laboratory millimeter and submillimeter spectrum of CCH|
|Authors:||Sastry, K. V. L. N.; Helminger, P.; Charo, A.; Herbst, E.; De Lucia, F. C.|
|Affiliation:||AA(New Brunswick, University, Fredericton, Canada), AB(South Alabama, University, Mobile, AL), AC(Duke University, Durham, NC), AD(Duke University, Durham, NC), AE(Duke University, Durham, NC)|
|Publication:||Astrophysical Journal, Part 2 - Letters to the Editor, vol. 251, Dec. 15, 1981, p. L119, L120. (ApJL Homepage)|
|NASA/STI Keywords:||Free Radicals, Interstellar Matter, Microwave Spectra, Millimeter Waves, Molecular Spectra, Submillimeter Waves, Astronomical Spectroscopy, Glow Discharges, Microwave Emission, Radio Astronomy|
The laboratory millimeter and submillimeter spectrum of the interstellar
radical CCH has been observed and measured in the 174-350 GHz region.
The fitted spectral constants are in excellent agreement with those
determined from radioastronomical measurement.
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