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Fig. E.2.

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Fine and hyperfine components of the 21, 2 − 11, 1 transition of c-C3H in TMC-1 as observed with the IRAM 30 m radio telescope (data from Marcelino et al. 2007). The abscissa corresponds to the rest frequency of the lines, assuming a local standard of rest velocity of the source of 5.83 km s−1. The ordinate is the antenna temperature, corrected for atmospheric and telescope losses, in millikelvins. The quantum numbers for each transition are indicated in the upper or lower right corner of the corresponding panel. The red line shows the computed synthetic spectrum for this species for a column density of 6.2 × 1012 cm−2 and Tr = 5 K (see text). Violet labels indicate the observed-minus-calculated frequencies when larger than 5 kHz.

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