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User Guide to JB95.exe Spectral Fitting Program v1.02.4, 1/30/01 http://physics.nist.gov/SpectralFitGUI

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Author(s)

David F. Plusquellic

Abstract

A graphical user interface computer program based on a Windows95 API platform has been written in the C programming language to aid in the rotational analysis of complex molecular spectra. Dialog boxes provide a user interface for the calibration, linearization and manipulation of experimental data and for the generation and optimization of the simulated spectra. Resources are provided for the deconvolution of multiple overlapping rotational bands from different conformations and/or isotopomers of a molecule and for the analysis of molecular spectra when internal rotation, centrifugal distortion, nuclear quadrupole coupling interactions, large amplitude motion and inertial frame reorientation effects are resolved.
Citation
User Guide to JB95.exe Spectral Fitting Program v1.02.4, 1/30/01 http://physics.nist.gov/SpectralFitGUI

Keywords

GUI rotational fitting program, rotational analysis, spectral fitting program, windows95 fitting program

Citation

Plusquellic, D. (2008), User Guide to JB95.exe Spectral Fitting Program v1.02.4, 1/30/01 http://physics.nist.gov/SpectralFitGUI, User Guide to JB95.exe Spectral Fitting Program v1.02.4, 1/30/01 http://physics.nist.gov/SpectralFitGUI (Accessed May 27, 2024)

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Created October 16, 2008