Version | 1 |
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Date of Entry | March 2017 |

Contributor | K. Kobayashi |

Lines Listed | 139 (ground state) 104 (excited state 1) 125 (excited state 2) |

Frequency / GHz | 90-372 GHz 17-500 GHz(including calculated values) |

Max N | 107 |

Max K | 28 (ground state) 9 (excited state 1) 9 (excited state 2) |

log STR0 | |

log STR1 | |

Isotope Corr. | |

Egy / (cm^{-1}) | |

μa / D | |

μb / D | |

μc / D | |

A / MHz | |

B / MHz | |

C / MHz | |

Q(2000.) | |

Q(1000.) | |

Q(500.0) | |

Q(300.0) | |

Q(225.0) | |

Q(150.0) | |

Q(75.00) | |

Q(37.50) | |

Q(18.75) | |

Q(9.375) | |

molecular weight/u | 100.0761 |

References and other informationThe excited state 1 and 2 are estimated to be the two lowest vibrational excited states (ν _{27}=1 and ν_{26}=1) based on the relative intensitites. Vibrational number columns 0, 1, and 2 correspond to the ground state, excited state 1, and excited state 2, respectively. The intensities are shown in JPL/CDMS format."Millimeter-wave spectroscopy of hydantoin, a possible precursor of glycine" H. Ozeki, R. Miyahara, H. Ihara, S. Todaka, K. Kobayashi, and M. Ohishi, Astronomy & Astrophysics (2017) (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201629880). |

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Kaori Kobayashi (Department of Physics, University of Toyama)

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Last update, Mar. 27th 2017