EDREM - A Computer Program to Identify Lines in Repetitively Scanned Digitized Spectra.
Technical rept. 1 Dec 70-1 Dec 71,
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Program EDREM Editing Digitized Experimental Magnetic Resonance Data is a versatile FORTRAN IV computer routine for identifying peaks in digitally recorded spectra. In cases when more than one digitized scan of a spectrum is available, EDREM computes the average position and intensity of spectral peaks with a high degree of discrimination against noise and other spurious peaks. In the report, EDREM is described in detail, and as an illustration of the use of EDREM, an analysis of the NMR spectrum of Benzoxazole is given. Author
- Physical Chemistry