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deconvolution of gaussian spectra ....help

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: deconvolution of gaussian spectra ....help
  • From: MTALIB at frcu.eun.eg
  • Date: Sun, 06 Mar 1994 15:29:36 +0000 (O)

Hi mathgroupers ..

I am a chemist . In my work we get absorption spectra (ultra violet).
each absorption line can be represented by a gaussian function . 
When the spectrum is complex ( that happens quite often ) those gaussian 
peaks overlape , and the spectrum is a summation of n gaussian functions .

Now , has any one used mathematica to resolve those such a summation of 
gaussian functions into its individual components, we call it deconvolution .

Simply , i want to fit some experimental points to a summation of n gaussian 
function (n=3-6)  , and find the parameters of each gaussian ( ei position ,
maximum hight and full width at half maximum)

Thanks 

A.Talib






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