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All Tables

- Table 1:
Multiplicities
of the 13 inequivalent atoms of C
_{32}H_{14}
labelled in Fig. 2 and corresponding statistical weigth,
evaluated from the probabilities of *p*^{*}=0.631 and *q*^{*}=0.002 for
^{12}C and H to be replaced by their most aboundant
isotopes ^{13}C and D, respectively.
- Table 2:
Numerical values of the predicted ratios between
(for the two far-infrared skeletal
vibrational modes at about 85 and 150 m) and
of the electronic transition near 9701 Å of C
_{32}H_{14}^{+}, as obtained through our simulation in the four different
radiation fields considered. The ratios in the table are expressed in
units of W cm^{-2} sr^{-1} mÅ^{-1}.
- Table 3:
Values of
,
as defined in Sect. 3, for
C
_{32}H_{14} without isotopic substitutions; bands with a fraction of emitted
photons below 0.1% were omitted, leaving 52 out of the 56 IR-active modes of
C_{32}H_{14} (cf. Table 5 in mal03c).
- Table 4:
Values of
,
as defined in Sect. 3, for
C
_{32}H_{14}^{+} without isotopic substitutions; bands with a fraction of
emitted photons below 0.1% were omitted, leaving 53 out of the 56 IR-active
modes of C_{32}H_{14}^{+} (cf. Table 6 in mal03c).