# THE COMPUTERIZED SPECTROMETRIC SYSTEM AT UTMSL: A CASE HISTORY OF A HIGH RESOLUTION DATA RUN

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 Title: THE COMPUTERIZED SPECTROMETRIC SYSTEM AT UTMSL: A CASE HISTORY OF A HIGH RESOLUTION DATA RUN Creators: Blass, W. E.; Jennings, D. E.; Moore, Thomas F.; McElyea, Gerald W.; Boyd, William J.; Halsey, G. W.; Gailar, Norman M. Issue Date: 1974 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: The five-meter Littrow spectrometer and its associated data acquisition and control system are fully operational. The best resolution attained to date has been $0.013 cm^{-1}$. A case history of a fully automated data acquisition run will be presented from set-up through measurement and calibration of the data. The advantages and disadvantages of full computer control of the spectrometer will be discussed and examples will be presented. Description: Author Institution: Molecular Spectroscopy Laboratory, Department of Physics and Astronomy URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/16460 Other Identifiers: 1974-TE-3