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The current report covers the period from the second half of 2003 to the first half of 2011, bringing the Working Group's efforts up to date, and is divided into three main sections covering rotational, vibrational, and electronic spectroscopy. Rather than being exhaustive, space limitations only allow us to highlight a representative sample of work on molecular spectra. Related research on collisions, reactions on grain surfaces, and astrochemistry appear in the report by another Working Group. These also recount recent conferences and workshops on molecular astrophysics.
A spectral line survey of Orion KL has been performed over the frequency range of 486–492 GHz and 541–577 GHz using the Odin satellite. Over 1000 lines have been identified from 40 different molecular species, including several organic compounds such as methyl cyanide (CH3CN), methanol (CH3OH, 13CH3OH), and dimethyl ether (CH3OCH3).
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