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Diatomic Spectral Database, Acknowledgments and References

8. Acknowledgments

Since bibliographic search is quite fundamental to a data compilation, the authors appreciate the cooperation of the many spectroscopists who voluntarily provided reprints and preprints of their work. Dr. Barbara Starck was especially helpful in providing bibliographic and spectral information. The previous efforts of Dr. William H. Kirchhoff in working out the software for the format of the computer data handling considerably eased the data handling task. The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of Mrs. Gloria Rotter in the library search, data transcription, and key-punching aspects of the compilation.

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Created April 27, 2018, Updated February 17, 2022