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C. L. Mancone (University of Florida), W. B. Latter (Spitzer Science Center), P. R. Jewell (National Radio Astronomy Observatory), F. J. Lovas (Optical Technology Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology)
A spectral survey of the carbon rich asymptotic giant branch star IRC+10216 was performed with the NRAO 12 Meter telescope between the frequencies of 206 and 232.5 GHz. Approximately 100 spectral lines were detected in this band with an average rms sensitivity of 10 mK. Most of the spectral lines can be assigned to known species, but a number cannot presently be identified. A summary of the results of the survey will be presented.
This work was supported by the NSF program at NRAO. I would also like to acknowlege the University of Florida for providing funds to attend the AAS meeting.
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