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Triatomic Spectral Database, Acknowledgments

6. Acknowledgments

The author is grateful to the many Microwave Spectroscopists who provided reprints, preprints, and data prior to publication. This review has benefited from Dr. W. H. Kirchhoff's earlier work in developing computer programs for spectral analysis and formatting the spectral tables. Mrs. Gloria Rotter deserves a special acknowledgment for carrying out many of the tedious tasks involving manuscript typing, key-punching the special data, literature searching and proofreading the SO2 spectral tables..

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