IR Spectra Simulation and Information Processing on the WWW
Author: Selzer, Paul
Source: CHIMIA International Journal for Chemistry, Volume 52, Number 11, November 1998 , pp. 678-682(5)
Publisher: Swiss Chemical Society
Abstract:Substance identification by IR-spectroscopic methods generally is performed by comparing the measured spectrum with a reference spectrum from a database. If the desired spectrum is not contained in the database, another method of substance identification has to be found.Based on neural network techniques, we have developed a method which provides rapid access to simulated reference spectra. Within the scope of the 'TeleSpec-Telecooperation in Spectroscopy'-Project, this algorithm has been made available through a WWW interface. With a JAVA-enabled Web browser, interactive spectra prediction experiments can be performed.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 1998-11-01
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