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Display the following isotopes:

Formula   (# of lines)
16O12C74Se    (4)
16O12C75Se    (6)
16O12C76Se    (14)
16O12C77Se    (11)
16O12C78Se    (21)
16O12C79Se    (7)
16O12C80Se    (38)
16O12C82Se    (17)
16O13C76Se    (1)
16O13C77Se    (1)
16O13C78Se    (1)
16O13C80Se    (10)
16O13C82Se    (1)
18O12C78Se    (1)
18O12C80Se    (15)
Total:      (148)

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 Isotope   Relative
Atomic Mass
 
   Isotopic
  Composition  
Standard
Atomic Weight
 
 Notes 
 
6 C 12   12.000 000 0(0)   0.9893(8)    12.0107(8) g,r
13   13.003 354 8378(10)   0.0107(8)
14   14.003 241 989(4)   

8 O 16   15.994 914 619 56(16)   0.997 57(16)    15.9994(3) g,r,e,w
17   16.999 131 70(12)   0.000 38(1)
18   17.999 161 0(7)   0.002 05(14)

34 Se 74   73.922 4764(18)   0.0089(4)    78.96(3)  
76   75.919 2136(18)   0.0937(29)
77   76.919 9140(18)   0.0763(16)
78   77.917 3091(18)   0.2377(28)
80   79.916 5213(21)   0.4961(41)
82   81.916 6994(22)   0.0873(22)

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Specific Corrections and Reanalysis of the Data:

In calculating Bυ the centrifugal distortion term was included for all cases. Several errors in the original work have been corrected. In [49003] the J = 3-2 transition of OC74Se (0000) should read 24 574.67 MHz, in [50012] the J = 3-2 transition of OC77Se (0000) should read 24 331.38 MHz and in [67010] the J = 4-3 transition of 18O12C80Se (0000) should read 29 781.5 MHz. This last line has been remeasured in [77031]. The value of eQq(79Se) and c(79Se) given in [55005] should be positive rather than negative as shown.


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