JCAMP-DX: A Standard Form for Exchange of Infrared Spectra in Computer Readable Form

@article{Mcdonald1988JCAMPDXAS,
  title={JCAMP-DX: A Standard Form for Exchange of Infrared Spectra in Computer Readable Form},
  author={Robert S. Mcdonald and Paul A. Wilks},
  journal={Applied Spectroscopy},
  year={1988},
  volume={42},
  pages={151 - 162}
}
JCAMP-DX is a standard file form for exchange of infrared spectra and related chemical and physical information between spectrometer data systems of different manufacture, main-frame time-sharing systems, general purpose lab computers, and personal computers. It is compatible with all media: telephone, magnetic and optical disk, magnetic tape, and even the printed page (via optical reader). All data are stored as labeled fields of variable length using printable ASCII characters. A JCAMP-DX… Expand
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