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  J/MNRAS/409/29
 Methanol line formation in outflow sources (Flower+, 2010)
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1.J/MNRAS/409/29/freqFrequencies of the methanol (CH3OH) molecule (tables A1–A4 of paper) (Note) (2137 rows)

 
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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  type (char) Type of the molecule: A = protons have their nuclear spin parallel (I=3/2), E = nuclear spins ot the protons are not parallel (I=1/2) (meta.code;phys.atmol.transition)
  nH cm-3 (n)Density of H (2x104 or 2x105 cm-3) (phys.density)
  Jup  Upper level J number (Note G1)   (phys.mol.qn)
  Kup  Upper level K number (Note G1)   (meta.id;meta.main)
  Jlow  Lower level J number (Note G1)   (phys.mol.qn)
  Klow  Lower level K number (Note G1)   (meta.id)
  Eup K Excitation energy of the upper level of the transition, relative to the 0 0 0 ground level (phys.atmol.excitation;stat.max)
  nu GHz Frequency of transition (em.freq;phys.atmol.transition)
  I(10) K.km/s Line intensity, TdV, for shock speed Vs=10km/s and nH density (phot.flux.density;em.radio)
  I(15) K.km/s Line intensity, TdV, for shock speed Vs=15km/s and nH density (phot.flux.density;em.radio)
  I(20) K.km/s Line intensity, TdV, for shock speed Vs=20km/s and nH density (phot.flux.density;em.radio)
  I(30) K.km/s Line intensity, TdV, for shock speed Vs=30km/s and nH density (phot.flux.density;em.radio)
  I(40) K.km/s Line intensity, TdV, for shock speed Vs=40km/s and nH density (phot.flux.density;em.radio)

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