\\ Species Tag: & 40003 & Name:& SiC
\\ Version: & 1 & & X $^3\Pi$, v = 0 state
\\ Date: &Dec. 1994 & &
\\ Contributor:& H. M. Pickett & &
\\ & & &
\\ Lines Listed: & 982 & Q(300.0)=& 1567.7215
\\ Freq. (GHz) $<$ & 9999 & Q(225.0)=& 1105.7351
\\ Max. J: & 90 & Q(150.0)=& 667.1014
\\ LOGSTR0= & -7.0 & Q(75.00)=& 265.0090
\\ LOGSTR1= & -9.0 & Q(37.50)=& 103.4726
\\ Isotope Corr.: & 0.0 & Q(18.75)=& 46.3133
\\ Egy. (cm$^{-1}$) $>$& 0.0 & Q(9.375)=& 24.9717
\\ $\mu_a$ = &1.7 & A=&
\\ $\mu_b$ = & & B=&20297.582
\\ $\mu_c$ = & & C=&
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The millimeter lines are from J. Cernicharo, C. A. Gottlieb, M. Guelin,
P. Thaddeus, and J. M. Vrtilek, 1989, Astrophys. J. Lett. Ed. {\bf 341},
L25-28. The dipole moment is a theoretical one quoted in this reference.
The partition functions are based on a sum of states for the ground and
first vibrationally excited state.
The spectra were fitted to a Hunds case (b) Hamiltonian. The correlation
of states in case (b) with those for case (a) are:
\begin{center}\begin{tabular}{lr}
N = J & $\Omega$ = 0\\
N = J $+$ 1 &$\Omega$ = 1\\
N = J $-$ 1 & $\Omega$ = 2\\
\end{tabular}\end{center}