\\ Species Tag: & 56010 & Species Name:& HCCCH2OH
\\ Version: & 1 & & Propargyl Alcohol
\\ Date: & June 2006 & & Gauche+ and Gauche-
\\ Contributor:& J. C. Pearson & & Ground state
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\\ Lines Listed: & 104073 & Q(300.0)=& 65110.1779
\\ Freq. (GHz) $<$ & 3153 & Q(225.0)=& 41902.8230
\\ Max. J: & 80 & Q(150.0)=& 22120.1896
\\ LOGSTR0= & -12.0 & Q(75.00)=& 7156.0917
\\ LOGSTR1= & -9.0 & Q(37.50)=& 2187.7639
\\ Isotope Corr.: & 0 & Q(18.75)=& 641.9231
\\ Egy. (cm$^{-1}$) $>$& 0.0 & Q(9.375)=& 198.4420
\\ $\mu_a$ = & 1.037 & A=& 32544.9
\\ $\mu_b$ = & 0.147 & B=& 4701.9
\\ $\mu_c$ = & 0.75 & C=& 4232.1
\\ & & $\Delta E$=&652389.5
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The experimental measurements, dipoles and analysis were described in J.C. Pearson and B.J. Drouin, 2005, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 234, 149. The catalog contains the calculated frequencies from the quadratic (c056010.cat) interaction analysis. The archive file contains the linear analysis calculation (c056010b.cat) as well as the linear and quadratic input files. The archive file also contains complete set of energy levels (.egy file) and mixing coefficients.
The data set was quite extensive and should predict well at low $K_a$ to $J$=70 decreasing with $K_a$ to $J$=45 at $K_a$=30. Between $K_a$=31 and 39 it should only be trusted for a-type R branches. Above $K_a$=40 the prediction should not be trusted at all.