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Determination of Centrifugal Distortion Coefficients of Asymmetric‐Top Molecules. III. Sextic Coefficients
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10.In theory, there should be a “centrifugal defect” due to the effects of vibration, quite analogous to the inertial defect. One would expect this centrifugal defect to become significant before the secondary effects of centrifugal distortion, just as the inertial defect is usually more important than the primary effects of centrifugal distortion. This will be particularly true if and are used in the planarity conditions instead of and
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13.This process was called “reduction” by Kneizys et al. I regret the conflict in terminology.
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16.Primes are used to avoid confusion with some of the notation of Kneizys et al.12
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