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A&A
Volume 568, August 2014
Article Number A65
Number of page(s) 28
Section Interstellar and circumstellar matter
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201323074
Published online 15 August 2014

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Appendix A

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Comparison of the interferometric spectra towards NGC 7129 – FIRS 2 (black line) with the single-dish spectrum of Orion KL (red line). The Orion spectra were provided by B. Tercero and J. Cernicharo and multiplied by a factor 0.43 for an easier comparison. The spectrum was observed towards: , (J2000) and is centered at a velocity of 7 km s-1. Lines are labeled in red. When several lines are blended, only the most intense ones are indicated. The spectra synthesized with the parameters shown in Table 3 are in blue. The intensity scale is brightness temperature.

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In blue, our synthetic spectrum superposed on the interferometric spectra published by FU05.

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Table A.1

Line identifications.

Table A.2

Line identifications (FU05).

Table A.3

CH3CN ν = 0 line parameters.

Table A.4

CH3CN ν8 = 1 (Evib = 525.17 K) line parameters.

Table A.5

CH3OCHO line parameters.

Table A.6

CH2DOH line parameters.

Table A.7

HNCO line parameters.

Table A.8

aGg’-(CH2OH)2 line parameters.


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