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Microwave Spectra and Structure of Dimethyl Ether
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14.Coordinates of the various atoms are defined in Fig. 1. The isotopic species symbols used in this section and further on are identified in Table III.
15.For the equilibrium structure from symmetry. is eliminated because it has the largest experimental error (see footnote b, Table III).
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