\\ Version: & 1 & & CH3COCH3
\\ Date: & March 2008 & & Acetone gs,
\\ Contributor:& B. J. Drouin & &AA, EE, EA, AE
\\ & & &
\\ Lines Listed: & 61834 & Q(300.0)=&15502961
\\ Freq. (GHz) $<$ & 1000 & Q(225.0)=& 5262424
\\ Max. J: & 70 & Q(150.0)=& 1434525
\\ LOGSTR0= & -10.0 & Q(75.00)=& 134593
\\ LOGSTR1= & -8.0 & Q(37.50)=& 59894
\\ Isotope Corr.: & 0.0 & Q(18.75)=& 21225
\\ Egy. (cm$^{-1}$) $>$& 0.0 & Q(9.375)=& 8247
\\ $\mu_a$ = & & A=&10165.216
\\ $\mu_b$ = & 2.93 & B=& 8515.165
\\ $\mu_c$ = & & C=& 4910.199
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The data set used is compiled from
Peter, R., Dreizler, H. 1965, Z. Naturforsch., 20a, 301
Vacherand J.M., van Eijck, B.P., Burie, J. Demaison, J. 1986, J. Mol. Spec. 118, 355.
Oldag, F., \& Sutter, D. H., 1992, Z. Naturforsch., 47a, 527.
White, W.F. 1975, NASA Tech. Note D-7904, 121.
Groner P., Albert S., Herbst E., DeLucia F.C., Lovas F.J., Drouin, B.J., Pearson, J.C., (2002) Ap. J. Supp. 142: 145-151.
The v designations separate vibrational levels and torsional sub-levels as follows:
\begin{table}[h]
\begin{tabular*}{\hsize}{@{\extracolsep{\fill}}c|c|c}
& v' & v \\
\hline
AA & 0 & 0 \\
EE & 0 & 1 \\
EA & 2 & 1 \\
AE & 1 & 1 \\
\end{tabular*}
\end{table}
Note that the EE and EA states are
treated as l-doubling pairs. The lines were fit to a Hamiltonian that included terms up
to the sixth power in angular momentum. Dependence on K expected from an IAM treatment
was incorporated using both Energy and B+C Fourier series with fixed ratios of
sine and cosine terms in $2 \pi \rho_a K /3$. The quality of the fit was, on the average,
about 1.6 experimental uncertainty. The EE and EA states have both b and c type lines,
while the AA and AE states have only b type lines.
The full vibration-torsion-rotation partition function, including corrections for states
not included in the compilation, is utilized for this catalog entry. The rotational
partitioning is from Groner et al (2002).