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MP4SDQ: Moller-Plesset fourth order perturbation theory in the spaceof Single, Double and Quadruple substitutions. 000007 2 1oB37C1D+(D’“B37C1+) Table 19. Reference Method Equations used in the fit Remarks Abbreviation Be = 16 145 MHz, Rotational constants. 88Pet Ab initio MP4SDQ calculations. Eqs. 6. The constants are calculated using the coefficients given in column 2 of Table 1, p. 1. Bi is calculated with corrected geometry. MP4SDQ: Moller-Plesset fourth order perturbation theory in the spaceof Single, Double and Quadruple substitutions.

Ijk,where vk is the frequency, v0 is the diagonal matrix with ( j Iv0 Ik) = vjhjk, where vj is the transition frequency associatedwith the doublet state 1j), P is the total pressure, W is the relaxation matrix in doublet state spacesometimes called line space. 62) where N,,, depends on the referencetemperature T,. Them dependenceof the line broadening coefficients y,,,(T) and the dependenceof the temperature dependent parameters N,,, may be expressedfor convenience under the polynomial correlations: ~~$3 = a0 + a, Id + a21m12, N,,,=bo+b,Iml+b,lm12.

4) 2, harmonic, cubic and quartic force constants (also a, F, K or k is used), respectively (Eqs. IV. 8) i, j, k, I= 1, 2, 3; i