Close examine the spectrum

Deconvolution of a Spectrum I. Use the data in Table 14-6 (also found on the CD in the worksheet “Deconvolution I”) to deconvolute the spectrum. Close examination of the spectrum will reveal that it consists of four bands. Use a Gaussian band shape, i.e.,

where Acalc is the calculated absorbance at a given wavelength, A,,, is the absorbance at Amax, x is the wavelength or frequency (nm or cm-‘), ,u is the x at A,,, and s is an adjustable parameter related to, but not necessarily equal to, the standard deviation of the Gaussian distribution or to the bandwidth at half-height of the spectrum.

Table 14-6

find the cost of your paper

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Explain why insertion sort works well on partially sorted lists.

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