ESR simulation programs

> POSTED by JKL for jtwarden (+ at +) (Joseph T.
 > From jtwarden (+ at +) Fri Mar  1 14:21:39 1991
 From: jtwarden (+ at +)
 Subject:  ESR simulation programs
 Status: R
         In reference to the query (and the following response) for
 information about vendors of ESR simulation programs:
 >Hello, I saw your request for information posted to the chemistry (+ at +)
 >list.  The following is from the "The Software Directory", one of
 the many
 >files I search in Dialog Information Services (information retrieval being
 >one of a number of things I do at my small-medium size company).  I have
 >no personal experience with these particular programs (does anyone else
 >there?).  Hope this is enough for your needs (and with the hope that this
 >doesn't get into the commercial product controversy).
 >               -Chuck McFarland
 >                McGean-Rohco, Inc.
 >                Cleveland, Ohio          Bitnet:  MCFARLND (+ at +) CWRU
 Most ESR spectroscopists are very forthcoming with simulation codes - I, as
 do many of my colleagues, use a variety of programs - many tailored for
 specific purposes or cpu platforms. I would suggest that you contact an ESR
 person in your corner of the world and discuss your project. I would think
 the nearest "guru" to you would be John Pilbrow at Monash University.
 generally, the International EPR/ESR) Society is forming a Standing
 Committee on Software (Richard Cammack, Kings College London).
 The Society may be contacted c/o Linn Belford (belford (+ at +) uiucscs.BITNET).
 Joseph Warden
 Department of Chemistry
 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
 Joseph T. Warden
 Department of Chemistry and Center for Biophysics
 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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