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1.J/A+AS/115/285/table13aSummary of the observational information on molecules - maser (253 rows)

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  recno  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)
  IRAS (char) (i) IRAS name (;meta.main)
  H2O (char) [DNO] Water maser at 22.235 GHz (meta.note)
  n_H2O (char) [?] Uncertainty on detection (meta.note)
  OH1612 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 1612 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  OH1665 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 1665 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  OH1667 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 1667 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  OH1720 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 1720 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  OH4660 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 4660 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  OH4750 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 4750 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  OH4765 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 4765 MHz (phot.flux.density;

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  OH6030 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 6030 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  OH6035 (char) [DNO] OH maser at 6035 MHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH6 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 6.668 GHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH12 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 12.179 GHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH28 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 28.3 GHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH36 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 36.169 GHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH37 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 37.703 GHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH44 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 44.069 GHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH48 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 48.372 GHz (phot.flux.density;
  CH3OH88 (char) [DNO] CH3OH maser/line at 88.6 GHz (phot.flux.density;

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